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Warrior soccer posts first lead of season, but fails to get by visiting Salem Quakers

FPS staff report

Last Tuesday Carrollton boys soccer got goals from Sam Dowell and Jerry Jones, but still came up short to visiting Salem, 5-2, on senior night.

Dowell gave the Warriors their first lead of the season when he scored at the 25:08 mark of the first frame.

The lead didn’t last long, as Salem got things going and scored twice before the end of the first half for a 2-1 advantage at halftime.

In the second half, the Quakers took the momentum and scored two quick goals for a 4-1 advantage.

Carrollton got back on the board again when Jones scored at the 28:52 mark.

Salem added a late goal for the final score.

“We played very well tonight,” said head coach Larry Devine. “But we can not continue to give away free goals and that makes it hard to win.”

The Quakers held a slim 16-15 advantage in shots on goal and in corner kicks 4-2.

Carrollton goalies Ashton Coad and Mason Pasiuk combined for five saves. For Salem, Ryan Lutsch recorded four saves.

Last Saturday’s game at East Palestine was cancelled and will not be made up.

The Warriors season is coming to a close. They were to host Marlington Tuesday. The regular season will end for the Warriors next week on the road at Minerva on Tuesday and at Steubenville on Thursday.


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