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Blue Eagle Booters Win Two; Lose One Match

October 10, 2012
Wetzel Chronicle

The Magnolia Blue Eagle Boys' Soccer Team won an 8-0 shutout over Monroe Central Sept. 15 and foreclosed on Lincoln 4-0 Sept. 25.

In the win over the Seminoles, Caleb McCune, Alex Anderson ,and Oscar Celedon each booted a couple goals, while Jesse Long and Eric Piekarski also netted in the victory.

Anderson and Mike Winters each assisted on two goals, while Celedon and Trevor Long each assisted on one goal. Winters had only three saves in the contest.

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After a scoreless first half against Lincoln, Celedon took a pass from Soren Shade and drilled a goal early in the second half to give the hosts a 1-0 lead.

Soon after, Jesse Long got into the scoring column off an assist from Jacob Pancake to give the Blue Eagles some breathing room.

Anderson scored Magnolia's third goal, while Trevor Long put one past the Lincoln goal keeper off an outstanding assist from Celedon. Again, Winters had only three saves.

Magnolia-St. Marys

On a muddy Blue Devil field that halted play for an hour and a half on Sept. 27 in St Marys, the Blue Eagles lost, 3-1.

Celedon scored the lone Blue Eagle goal, while Winters made 15 saves from in between the nets.

Magnolia - John Marshall

Celedon had a hat-trick for Magnolia scoring four times to lead the Blue Eagles to a 6-2 victory over John Marshall at the Hydro Field in New Martinsville Oct. 2.

The Blue Eagles scored early and often as Celedon scored the Blue Eagles first two goals, with an assist from Drew Estep on his first tally. McCune joined in the fun, taking a nice pass from Kyle Goddard from midfield and buried it deep into the Monarchs net to give Magnolia a 3-0 lead.

The Monarchs scored twice in the period before Celedon netted two unassisted goals before halftime.

After the break, the Eagles scored one goal by Jesse Long with the assist going to Shade, while the defense held John Marshall in check. Winters was busy in the net making 19 saves, including a second half penalty kick.

 
 

 

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