SCHOLASTIC SOCCER (U19): ATHENS SOCCER ACADEMY DROPS TWO OF THREE DECISIONS
Valley Sports Report
ATHENS — After a rough day in Oneonta, the Athens Soccer Academy U19 boys travel team bounced back with a win at home over the Corning Soaring Caps.
Last Sunday, ASA dropped a 9-0 decision to Oneonta FC, despite 10 saves by junior keeper Braden Priester.
In the nightcap, the Oneonta Gunners pulled out a 3-2 decision over ASA in a rain-soaked game.
Freshman Dough Vosburg gave ASA the lead midway through the first half with an unassisted goal.
The Gunners scored late in the first half to sent the game into the intermission at 1-1.
Junior Gavin Stein collected a loose ball and found the back of the early in the second half to give ASA a 2-1 lead, but the Gunners scored twice late in the game for a 3-2 win.
Athens freshman keeper Joel Maslin recorded eight saves.
On June 10, in the final game at Alumni Stadium before the turf gets replaced, ASA notched a 3-0 win over the Corning Soaring Caps.
After a scoreless first half, freshman Aaron Lane used a through ball from junior Bradley Cardona to put ASA on the board.
Midway through the first half, Lock Haven-bound Shane Colegrove scored a pair of quick goals.
Priester and Maslin each recorded two saves in the win.
ASA wraps up its spring season June 18 against Greene Empire at 2 p.m. on the Athens Junior High soccer field behind the Lynch Elementary School.
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