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Wildcat Soccer Report – 09-20-14: CATS SLAY DRAGONS 4-0!
Your hometown Nitro Wildcat Boys Soccer Team (6-2-2) hosted the dreaded cross river rival St. Albans Red Dragons (2-6-2) this afternoon in the “Battle of the Bridge – Soccer Style”. The Cats took the first half kick at high noon under a cloudy sky; game time temperature was about 70 degrees. By games end the sun had come out and the teams and their fans were blessed with yet another beautiful September day at Nitro City Park. An enthusiastic crowd of about 150 fans hooted and hollered for their favorite squad!

Both teams started the game with intensity and hustle. The ball went back and forth across the midline at an even pace for the first 35 minutes of the game. Then the Cats turned it up and took two or three shots on goal just before the first period came to an end. Score at the break was 0-0.

After each team received its halftime instructions from their respective coaches, the Red Dragons took the 2nd half kick. They battled evenly for the next 15 minutes with more pressure being applied to the St. Albans goal. Eventually, every pressure cooker explodes when heat is applied long and high enough and so did the Red Dragon goal. At about the 16:00 minute mark (24 minutes remaining) senior co-captain Chase Kirk scored from about 15 yards out; directly in front of the St. Albans goal. Two minutes later, BAM! senior co-captain Alec Miller added a nail to the Red Dragon coffin with a beautiful shot on a fantastic assist from freshman Seth Jordan. It would not be the last time this dynamic duo would pierce the Dragon’s eye! After another two minutes, Alec would add his second nail to the coffin for a 3-0 Wildcat lead. And finally, with 12 minutes to go in the contest, Miller and Jordan teamed up for the score that closed the lid to any hopes the Red Dragons had reaming. Miller passed to Jordan for the final goal of the afternoon.

Up until the Wildcat onslaught, freshman Red Dragon keeper Sayre had done an outstanding job defending his territory. The young man was solid the entire game particularly considering his youth and the number of attacks the Cats applied. Sayre defended 16 shots on goal, 5 corner kicks and made 7 saves. He reminded me of our own Chris Klocke. The Wildcat keeper turned in another terrific performance pitching the second shutout in row and four on the season so far. Klocke defended 8 shots and three corner kicks from the Red Dragons as well as making 7 saves. One stat that stands out upon review was the number of offside calls against the Cats. Nitro was whistled 8 times for being offside. This is something the Cats will have to work on before their game against Spring Valley. The Timberwolves got them for a dozen or more OS calls last year at their place. Thanks again to Nate Kahn for terrific stat recording!

The Cats have put together back to back shutouts and back to back complete team efforts. General Jackson’s, I mean Headband McKitrick’s defense was lights out again. Even facing the fiery breath of numerous Red Dragons, the defense did not yield. Senior co-captain Chase Jarrett continued his aggressive play, he and counterpart freshman Sam Click positioned themselves further up toward midfield when the Cats had the ball deep inside St. Albans territory. The result was several balls that “popped out” back toward mid-field were redirected back into the Red Dragon’s score zone. I think this strategy that Coaches Eich, Eich and Jordan employed worked well against this opponent. Sophomore Joseph “photo bomb” Humphrey continues to play beyond his years and juniors Dylan Cavender and Mat Kahn were strong on both sides of the ball, offense and defense. Kahn accounted for 3 of Nitro’s shots on goal. Fans could hear Jarrett and Headband directing their troops and the troops responding accordingly. It appeared and sounded like the Cats were communicating well. Folks, this is the mark of a mature team, one where the players know their rolls, respect each other and play as a single unit. And when they do this, they will be hard to beat!

As I mentioned, it was a complete team effort and I need to call out several Cats that played key roles in this afternoon’s victory. Sophomores Chris Bowden and Derek Waugh as well as junior Jeremy Young and freshmen Dom Fazzolari and Ben Douglas were all #1 subs in the game. All of these young men have tremendous foot skills and always provide a spark when they enter the game. This level of depth is something the Wildcats have not had since this writer has been watching their games.

After the fourth goal, several bench players for Cats entered the game and played with the same intensity as the starters. Sophomore Christian Legg entered for Klocke and maintained the shutout. Freshman Hunter Stamper also saw playing time.

Believe it or not, we have hit the midway point of the season. The Cats are 6-2-2 and have already won two more games than they did all of last year. They travel back to Cabell County this coming Tuesday, 9/23 to take on the Huntington Highlanders at 5:00 pm. Please come out and support your hometown Wildcats if you can! From you reporter John Jarrett



Wildcat Soccer Report – 09-18-14: CATS BLANK KNIGHTS 1-0!

Your hometown #11 ranked Nitro Wildcat Boys Soccer Team (5-2-2) traveled to Cabell County this evening to face the #13 ranked Knights of Cabell Midland High School (3-5-1). Another beautiful September evening awaited the Cats when they arrived. A crowd of about 70 fans cheered their teams on with the visiting team having about as many fans as the home side.

For the first time in a few games the Wildcats started strong with determination and hustle. There was a spring in their step that had been lacking against Beckley and other recent opponents. Chris Klocke, Nitro’s junior All-star keeper had another terrific night. Chris stopped at least two one on one scoring attempts that were within 10 yards of the goal. Austin “Headband” McKitrick played another solid game sweeping the field like no other defender we have watched this year. Headband took a hit late in the game and laid still on the ground for several minutes. He eventually walked off the field under his own power and returned to the game a few minutes later.

Wildcat Co-Captain Chase Kirk dominated the field of play. As one rambunctious fan hollered “Kirk carried his team tonight!” Indeed he did. With 2:35 remaining on the clock, freshman Seth Jordan received a beautiful slide kick pass from fellow freshman Dom Fazzolari in the deep left corner. Seth passed to Killer Kirk who was just left of the penalty box. Kirk, with a Knight defender on him like the skin on a potato, dribbled to his right and then peeled away and placed a laser swing kick into the bottom right corner of the net! It was the game’s only score.

It was a pleasure to watch this game tonight; it was a solid team effort. Senior Co-Captain Alec Miller and the rest of his offense, including Fazzolari, Jordan, Ben Douglas, Mat Kahn, Kirk and Dylan Cavender kept pressure on the Midland goal for a good bit of the evening. The defense was super solid again and recorded their third shutout of the season. Headband continued his tour of duty directing his troops; Senior Co-captain Chase Jarrett, Sophomore Joseph Humphrey and freshman Sam Click, in true Stonewall Jackson style. All three defenders played the entire 80 minutes. Click and Humphrey frustrated their opponents all night. Right back Jarrett stepped up significantly in the last two and a half minutes of the game. At that point the Knight’s pressure turned into desperation attacks and Jarrett redirected or cleared three passes in a row back to the Midland side of the field. Sophomores Jeremy Young and Chris Bowden were also instrumental in the win. Both underclassmen provided a spark and relief during the game.

The stats looked like this: shots on Goal: Cats = 9, Knights = 10, corner kicks: Cats = 3, Knights = 0, Saves: Cats = 7, Knights = 3. Master statistician Nate Kahn at the controls.

The Cats host cross river rival St. Albans Red Dragons this Saturday at noon at Nitro City Park. Please come out and enjoy the game and treat yourself to hot dog, BBQ or other delicious goody and support your hometown Wildcats if you can! From your reporter John Jarett



Wildcat Soccer Report – 09-16-14: EAGLES SOAR ABOVE CATS 1-0!

Your hometown Nitro Wildcat Boys Soccer Team (4-2-2) fell to the Beckley-Woodrow Wilson Flying Eagles (7-2) at Nitro City Park 1-0 tonight. A very nice crowd of about 100 folks saw the #10 ranked Flying Eagles and the #11 ranked Wildcats battle on a cloudy and cool September evening.

The visiting Eagles took the first half kick at 5:35 pm. They played aggressive against the Cats and scored the game’s only goal at the 9:57 minute mark (30:03remaining). The Eagle’s number #11 John Johnson took a pass in the center of the field about 10 yards from the Nitro goal box, dribbled to his right and forward two steps and shot a laser into the left corner of the Wildcat net, just past the outstretched arms of the diving Cat’s keeper Chris Klocke.

The Flying Eagles kept the ball on the Wildcat side of the field for the majority of the next 10 minutes, then Nitro started playing more aggressive and the game seemed to even out. Unfortunately it was too little effort too late. Nitro’s slow start hurt them tonight. The stats bear this out; the Eagles had 17 shots on goal to the Cat’s 3. Senior Co-Captain Alec Miller tallied all three shots for the Cats. The Eagles had 2 corner kicks to Nitro’s 1. Klocke, who spent the entire night in goal, had 9 saves. Beckley keepers only had to save two shots. Thanks again to statistician and announcer extraordinaire Nate Kahn for another outstanding job!

Kudo’s to Senior Co-Captain Austin “Headband” McKitrick who dominated the defense this evening and had several clears with headers and strong kicks.

The Cats travel to Cabell County this Thursday to take on the 13th ranked Cabell Midland Knights (3-3) at 5:30 pm. The game is at Cabell Midland High School. Please come out and support your hometown Wildcats if you can! Reporter John Jarrett

 



Wildcat Soccer Report – 09-13-14: WILDCATS WIN, WHIP WARRIORS 4-0!

Your hometown Nitro Wildcat Boys Soccer Team returned to the friendly confines of Nitro City Park today to play their first home game of the season. The Cats opened up game one of a two game home stand against the Riverside Warriors.

The day started with a little drizzle in the morning but there was no precipitation by kickoff and by the second half the teams and their fans were basking in a glorious sunny September afternoon.

The Warriors won the coin toss and took the first half kick. Both teams battled back and forth for the first 17:30 minutes of the game with no clear advantage for either squad. Then, sophomore Derek Waugh took a pass on the right side from teammate junior Dylan Cavender about half way between midfield and the Warrior goal. Waugh dumped the ball just inside the right edge of the Warrior goal box to Senior Captain Alec Miller. Miller beat a Warrior defender to the ball and immediately made a beautiful cross field pass to his left about 16 yards in front of the Warrior goal. A hand ball foul inside the box was called on a Warrior defenseman which resulted in a penalty kick for the Cats. Coach Eich called on sharp shooter senior captain Chase Kirk to take the PK. At the 22:29 mark of the first half Kirk spotted the ball and kicked a low line drive laser shot just to the right of the Warrior keeper; nothing but net! The score was 1-0 Wildcats and stayed that way until half time.

The Cats took the 2nd half kick charging from north to south towards the Riverside goal which happened to be on the river side of the field (ha ha). The scored remained 1-0 until about 9 minutes into the second half when Kirk took a throw-in from junior Mat Kahn from the left side about 25 yards from the goal. Chase then proceeded to dribble through and between not one, not two, but three Warrior defenders and shot the ball past the Riverside Keeper into the right corner of the goal; 2-0 Wildcats. Kirk’s skills and on field performance to date are solidifying his spot on the All-State team. He is clearly the team’s leader and I believe much of their future success depends on his continued outstanding play and his ability to maintain motivation and enthusiasm for himself and his teammates during challenging games.

The Cats next score came with 15:10 remaining in the game. Mat Kahn took a corner kick from the right side and shot a low grounder to #23 Dom Fazzolari 10’ from the right post. The pass seemed to catch the Riverside defenders off guard who I can only guess were expecting a high line drive or floater type pass from Kahn. Dom made a terrific sliding kick in front of the Warrior defense and past the Riverside keeper for the third Wildcat goal of the night.

Nitro’s fourth and final goal came at the 1:48 mark when Alec Miller took the ball down the left side of the field and dribbled inside the Warrior defense about 19 yards from goal. A Riverside defender deflected the ball to junior Jeremy Young. Young avoided one defender and promptly smacked the ball into the right corner of the net. That would finish the scoring for the day; Nitro 4 – Riverside 0.

The Cats recorded their 2nd shutout of the season. The defense anchored by senior Captains Austin “Headband” McKitrick and Chase Jarrett and freshman Sam Click have proved to be formidable against all Wildcat foes with the exception of that nasty team from Wood County. Headband is certainly making his own statement for All-State consideration. He is always near the ball on the back line, just what a “sweeper” should be doing. If he’s not heading the ball out, he’s clearing it with that devastating left foot of his. To date, through seven games, the defense has only allowed 9 goals, that’s less than 1.3 per game. This afternoon Chase Jarrett pestered Riverside’s 6’-4” Tamar Lawson the entire game. Lawson stayed on the Wildcat right side where Jarrett defends the wing for the Cats. And Sam Click, what can we say about this fab freshman. He is on the field 80 minutes per game; he charges the ball and frustrates any forward foe that comes down the left side of the field.

Today was a solid team effort, offense and defense played well. It was a beauty to watch; particularly on such a beautiful day. We estimate about 150 Wildcat and Warrior fans turned out for the titanic struggle; it was a great crowd. I want to give a shout out to the Volk family for coming down and rooting on the home team!

The Cats take on Beckley/Woodrow Wilson Tuesday evening at 5:30 at Nitro City Park. This should be a challenging game for the Cats, please come out and support your hometown club! From your reporter John Jarrett



Friday, September 12
Wildcat Soccer Report 09-11-14: By John Jarrett

Your hometown Wildcats traveled to Wood County, WV to take on Coach Don Fossleman's 6 time state champion Parkersburg Big Red squad. The Cats left rainy Nitro and ran into another beautiful autumn evening in Parkersburg, unfortunately they also ran into a buzz saw of soccer team.

The game kicked off at 5:30 pm after a moment of silence in remembrance of the horrific events that occurred 13 years ago today. It really puts things into perspective when we reflect on that day, how old our kids were then and what we were doing.

The Cats won the coin toss and elected to take the kick. As soon as senior Alec Miller kicked the ball back to center, Parkersburg's front line attacked and stole the ball. They were on the attack the rest of the evening.

The Cat's shining moment came just six minutes into the game when freshman Seth Jordan was fouled just inside midfield. Senior captain Chase Kirk took the free kick and lined the ball up at the Big Red 49 yard line. Nitro's front line positioned themselves about 20 yards in front of the goal. Kirk kicked the ball high and the front line charged the Parkersburg keeper. Junior Dylan Cavender leaped and headed the ball into the upper right corner of the net. GOOOOAAAALLLLL NITRO! It was an absolute beautiful play and the 2nd head-in shot that Cavendar has made this year.

Nitro's opportunities after that were few and far between. The team recorded only 7 shots on goal and 3 corner kicks. Most of these shots were late in the game when both teams had heavily substituted.

Parkersburg's first score was a few minutes later when the Big Red's Teddy Hutson scored during a scrum right in front of the Wildcat goal. The home team would go on to score two more goals in the first half and the period ended 3-1 Parkersburg.

The Big Red's would score three more goals in the second half. The final score stood at 6-1 Parkersburg.

Keeper Chris Klocke played much better than the final score shows. Between him and sophomore Christian Legg, Cat Keepers had 12 saves and defended 15 corner kicks. Thanks to Nate Kahn for another outstanding stat night!

It is this writer's humble opinion that our beloved Wildcats were intimidated before they ever took the field. Parkersburg is certainly a storied soccer program. Their school reminds me of small college and is home to 2,000 students; they have a multimillion dollar stadium they play in; in addition to their 6 state championships, they have been runner up state champions the last two years and Coach Fossleman has been coaching there for 27 years. Storied to say the least!

The Wildcats played tentative and reserved and I think this hurt their opportunity tonight. They let the Big Reds bully them on field with bumps and rubs that none of the previous 5 teams we've played have gotten away with. Yes, the Wildcats were not only beaten on the field but also in their heads before the game started. It is my hope that they use this game as motivation for the remainder of the season. Parkersburg was undoubtedly the better team tonight, but certainly not 5 points better.

The Cats return to Nitro for what will hopefully be their first home game this Saturday. They bring a 3-1-2 record in to play the Riverside Warriors at 2:00 pm with revenge on their mind. The Warriors have bested the Cats the previous 3 years. Please come out and support your home team Wildcats if you can. We hope to see you there!



Nitro Soccer Report 09-09-14 by John Jarrett

CAT FIGHT AT CAPITAL HIGH SCHOOL TONIGHT! Your hometown Nitro High School Wildcats traveled to Charleston this evening to take on the Capital High School Cougars in a matchup of MSAC foes. On this evening it would be the Wildcats caging the Cougars and sending them home with a 1 - 0 loss. The Cougars are three time state champions and one of the largest AAA schools in the state. They have been playing soccer there since 1989.

The first half kicked off at 5:30 pm on a beautiful autumn evening in the Kanawha Valley. Several Wildcat fans were in attendance and were surprised to see the Cats open up in what appeared to be slow motion. The first 40 minutes of play were not typical of what Wildcat fans have become accustomed to over the last 4 games. My personal thought is that the team's emotional tie with GW last Thursday may have taken a bit of wind out of their sails or stamina out of their legs. The first half ended in a 0 - 0 tie.

The game would prove to be a tale of two halves. The Cats came out with much more enthusiasm and determination to start the 2nd period. Senior Alec Miller turned his play up a notch and took an errant pass from a Cougar defender 10 yards inside midfield and dribbled and shot a soft grounder just inside the right post. The score was 1 - 0 good guys at the 26:30 (13:30 remaining) mark. Then the defense turned it up. Senior captain Chase Kirk took control of all sides of the field, playing monster defense and aggressive offense for the remainder of the game. Senior Captain Austin Headband Mckitrick swept the defensive line like a $1500 Electrolux! Anchoring the center back line, he was as immovable as Stonewall Jackson in the battle of Bull Run. Senior captain Chase Jarrett, and freshman Sam Click provided keeper Chris Klocke with protection on the wings. Sophomore Joseph Humphrey was key as well.

Chris Klocke played with enthusiasm and drive the entire night. He turned in what the Wildcat faithful have come to expect; another outstanding performance with 6 saves.

Sophomore Chris Bowden provided what little spark there was in the first half. His superior foot skills and hustle kept the folks in red and black cheering the first 40 minutes. His classmate Derek Waugh also helped deter Cougar strikers as they tried to advance the ball. Juniors Mat Kahn and Dylan Cavender spent much of the night defending and frustrating the Capital offense as well.

The report would not be complete without mentioning the play of our "fab freshmen" starters Seth Jordan, Ben Douglas and 1st sub Dom Fazzolari. These three young men play beyond their years and with great skill.

It was what some in the stands called an "ugly" win and I can't disagree as far as the first half is concerned. However, the team showed great resolve in coming back out the second half at full speed, getting the goal and then shutting down the Cougar offense. I believe this shows that our team is maturing and developing an ability to overcome poor starts. It also tells a lot about the coaching. The coaches provided the right encouragement and direction at halftime to focus the team and head them in the right direction. Which they will certainly need this coming Thursday.

The Cats travel to Parkersburg to take on the Big Reds, last year's runner up state champions.



Wildcat Soccer Report 09-04-14 by John Jarrett

From the banks of Trace Fork Creek comes this evening's soccer update. Your hometown Wildcats traveled to South Charleston to take on the George Washington Patriots in a titanic struggle amongst AAA soccer clubs. After a 50 minute delay due lightning, the teams kicked off and battled to what appeared was going to be a no score tie at halftime. However at the 39:46 mark of the first half (14 seconds remaining) Nitro's Chase Kirk was fouled hard 25 yards from the goal just right of center. After spending a minute or so recovering and finally getting to his feet, the senior striker set the ball up and directed his forward line where to be in front of the Patriot goal. The referee blew the whistle and Kirk struck the ball with laser sites sending it over GW's 3 man wall, past their keeper and into the upper left corner of the goal. A beautiful sight giving the Cats their first lead on GW in over 3 years.


 The Cats kept the lead for the next 15 minutes into the 2nd half. Then with a throw-in at about 10 yards in front of the Wildcat goal, GW's Walker tossed a beautiful pass all the way in front of the goal. There 6'-4" senior forward Jonah Cosby leaped above the rest of the field and headed the ball high into the right corner of the net just above the outstretched arms of Keeper Chris Klocke. It would be the last score of the night.


 It is this writer's humble opinion that the Cats had no business tieing the defending state champion Patriots on this beuatifil late summer evening in South Charleston. The Patriots were bigger, faster and frankly more disciplined. Their spacing and passes looked like semi-pro league. The Patriots play on a million dollar field at Trace Fork and are one of the larger AAA schools in the state. However, none of that mattered this evening. Tonight was not about strength, height, speed or any other physical attribute. No, tonight was about heart and determination. It was about matching your oponent step for step, regardless of size or speed, it was about guts and leaving it all out there on the field. Seniors Austin McKitrick, Chase Jarrett, and Chase Kirk as well as junior Dylan Cavender and freshman Sam Click played the entire 80 minutes. It was about Keeper Chris Klocke saving his team once again. The Patriots, full of travel team players, kept pressure on the Wildcat goal all evening. Klocke turned in another All-State performance with 13 saves. That's about as many as the three previous games combined. Tonight was about senior Alec Miller being the only offensive player in the second half and covering the entire back line of the Patriots. Miller, wearing #13 on his back, was the only dedicated offensive player the last 40 minutes of the game. Freshman Dom Fazzolari gave Alec a brief rest-bit at the midpoint of the second half. He or Fazzolari would sprint from one side of the field to the other pestering Patriot defenders and applying pressure on the Patriot goal whenever possible. A similar strategy was employed last year when the Cats and Patriots met at Nitro City Park. GW's senior laden team last year was able to pull out a 3-0 victory. This year would not be a repeat, Coaches Eich, Eich and Jordan had the Cats prepared and ready with the best passing I've seen in four years of watching the team play.


The statistics would tell you that Nitro was soundly beaten. Nitro had only 2 shots on goal while GW had 13. GW also bested the Cats with 8 corner kicks vs Nitro's 2. Thanks to Nate Kahn for keeping the stats and sharing them with me. Yes, GW won the stat battle (who cares??) and the game ended in a 1 - 1 tie. But some part of me still feels victorious. I think it was watching our Wildcats come together and giving it their all against what was supposed to be a better team.


 Yes, tonight was about why we play the game; when the deck is stacked against you, when David meets Goliath and when you battle against all odds. On a night when heart and determination made the difference, your hometown Wildcats left it all out there on field.


 The Cats travel to Charleston on Tuesday 9/9 to take on the Capital Cougars at 7:00 pm. Please come out and support the team if you can.

Let's go Cats!



Wildcat Soccer Report 8-28-2014 by John Jarrett
Outstanding! That is how Wildcat Keeper Chris Klocke played this evening. The junior keeper had 9 saves in the 1-1 tie at Memorial Stadium in Ripley. Ripley started the scoring at the 32:00 mark with a beautiful kick from the left corner. Nitro answered at the 8:00 mark off an outstanding corner kick by sophomore Derek Waugh to junior Dillon Cavender. Cavender soared above the Viking defense to head the ball into the goal. The score was tied 1-1 at halftime. The story of the second half was Klocke's dominating defensive play. The Viking offense was unrelenting in the last five minutes of the game. Klocke had one save where he dove to his left fully stretched out and cradled the ball like gold is protected at Fort Knox. The next save, with less than two minutes to play, came when the Vikings took a free kick from left center about 25 yards out. The junior keeper leaped up and with his hand just under the top rail of goal, deflected the ball over the rail saving what would certainly have been a goal. The Vikings received the first red card of the season when one of their defenders tackled senior Alec Miller from behind. Miller broke away at midfield and was charging ahead with a certain scoring opportunity when the defender hit him from behind. Senior Chase Kirk took the penalty kick, but it was deflected. The Wildcats return home next week after a 2-0-1 road trip. Please come out and support the Cats on Tuesday at 6:00 pm as they host the Princeton Tigers. We hope to see you there! Let's go Cats!

Thanks Work Team by John Jarrett
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Wildcat work crew at the soccer field. We pulled up the sod, put 4 truckloads of dirt down, fertilized and replaced the sod. Many thanks to everyone, especially Skeeter Shamblin who was a tremendous help with his bobcat loader! Thanks Skeeter! We also want to thank Mayor Casebolt, A J Hill, and Chief Oxely for all the help they have been improving and maintaining the soccer field. Thanks guys!

Wildcat Soccer Report 8-26-2014 by John Jarrett
Your hometown Wildcats whipped the Sissonville Indians last night 6-1. Freshman striker Seth Jordan led all players with 3 goals for the first hat trick of the season. Freshman Dom Fazzolari added a goal in the first half to give the Wildcats a 2-0 lead at halftime. Senior co-captains Alec Miller and Chase Kirk each added a goal in the second half to round out the scoring. Junior Chris Klocke did another outstanding job saving four shots and allowing only one goal. The Wildcats travel to Ripley Thursday night to take on the Vikings at 6:00 pm. They shoot for their first 3-0 start in at least four years. Stay tuned for more info on your hometown Wildcats!

Wildcat Soccer Report 8-25-2014 By John Jarrett

Your hometown Wildcats traveled to Hamlin this evening to take on the Lincoln County Panthers. The Cats scored early and often with senior co-captain Alec Miller grabbing his first of two goals with only 2:06 gone in the first period. Junior Dylan Cavendar scored the second goal of the night with a beautiful free kick the sailed over and through several defenders from 30 yards out. Junior Joseph Humphrey scored his first of two goals at the 29:19 mark. Others scoring for the cats were junior Mat Kahn and Freshman Dominic Fazzolari.



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