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Valley Sport Report
WAVERLY — SVEC, which had five players tally goals, scored early in the second half to take a three-goal lead en route to a 5-0 win over Waverly here Thursday afternoon in IAC South Large School Division boys soccer action.

The Wolverines kept SVEC off the board for 27 minutes, with sophomore keeper Cameron McIsaac, who recorded 26 saves, making several athletic stops.

Daniel Thomas and Lance Jensen scored goals for SVEC in a five-minute span to give the Eagles a 2-0 lead with 8 minutes remaining in the first half.

“We came out today looking really good and playing some good soccer,” said Waverly coach Eric Ryck. “We were able to create some opportunities, we just couldn’t cash in.

“SVEC was doing a good job at spreading out our defense and ended up wearing us down in the second half,” he noted.

“I’m continuing to see improvement every day and that’s the most important thing,” added Ryck.

Alex Doucett’s penalty kick three minutes after the intermission gave the Eagles a 3-0 lead.

Mason Holmes and Darren Starkweather scored a minute apart later in the half to provide the final margin.

SVEC outshot Waverly, 31-3, and had a 4-2 edge in corner kicks.

Matthew Suttmeier had two saves in net for SVEC.

Waverly, now 0-5, travels to Watkins Glen Tuesday.


IN PHOTO: Waverly’s Nate Ryck. … PHOTOS BY TIM BIRNEY.

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