The Warrior boys soccer team tied with New Philadelphia and fell to Fairless last week.
The soccer team traveled to Fairless on Aug. 29 and fell by a 6-1 score to the Falcons.
Bryan Carrick scored the lone goal for the Warriors. Mason Pasiuk recorded 20 saves during the contest.
Coach Michael Bailey praised the offensive efforts of Cole Brady and Carrick and the defensive play of Cameron Crider, Kyle Snider, Chaz Dayton, David Pesta and Mason Pasiuk.
The Warriors hosted the New Philadelphia Quakers Sept. 3 on the CHS field and battled to a 1-1 tie.
The game was scoreless in the first half. Foreign exchange student Jon Gofford scored for the Warriors in the second half. Exchange student Soufiane Al-Kadduri provided the assist for Gofford. Pasiuk recorded 13 saves.
Bailey said Carrick, Brady, Gofford and Al-Kadduri played well offensively for the Warriors. Crider, Pesta, Pasiuk, Snider, Ashton Coad, Dayton and Donovan Koman provided a strong defensive effort for the Warriors.
“New Philadelphia is a very good, well coached team. This was a great match to be a part of,” said Michael Bailey. “Both teams played hard all night and I couldn’t be more proud of our boys. This was a big step forward for our program. I saw a lot of good things out on the pitch tonight for us. We’re learning and growing as a team. It’s fun to watch.”
The team records stands at 1-2-1.
The Warriors were to open league play Sept. 8 at West Branch.