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Thursday, October 17
Man of the Match vs Colebrook - Owen Sawyer
The Lumberjack defense was at the top of its game as it handed Colebrook their first divisional loss of the season.  The play of the outside backs was key as Colebrook had success attacking the wings in the first matchup.  Owen found himself opposite Colebrook's fastest winger and kept him at bay throughout the game.  The Colebrook attackers that came into Owen's area were so frustrated by his defense that they could only resort to continually fouling him.  It was big for the team to see Owen get back to his confident early season play.

Friday, October 11
Man of the Match vs Profile - Justin Vance
On a day when the effort of a few couldn't carry the rest of the team, Justin poured everything he had into the game.  Justin has been the rock on which our defense has been built and he is playing at an extremely high level.  The kid has always played bigger than his size and there just isn't any quit in him.

Saturday, October 5
Man of the Match at Lisbon - Tanner Burrows
Tanner must love playing Lisbon!  A week after earning MOTM in a loss to Lisbon, he somehow stepped up his effort even more in a 1-0 road win.  Moved to the midfield for the game, Tanner helped make Lisbon's top scorer a non-factor who had just one shot in the game.  He never stopped working and ran himself into the ground for the full 80 minutes.  His work in front of the defense led to Lisbon getting off just 2 shots in the second half.  On a day when the seniors were clearly determined to get a first career win against Lisbon, any number of them could have earned the MOTM ball.  But Tanner really showed the underclassmen what it means "to leave it all on the field".

Thursday, October 3
Man of the Match at Sunapee - Olle Dovholuk
A tireless worker who is asked to play multiple positions every game, Olle gives the kind of effort everyday that we expect from our team without always getting his just rewards.  Early in the second half, the freshman was in the right place to finish a loose ball in the box following a corner kick.  It was a well deserved goal for a kid who lays it all on the line every time, especially on a day when the maximum effort wasn't there from everyone.

Tuesday, October 1
Man of the Match vs Pittsburg-Canaan - Max Dovholuk
Moving from the midfield to the forward line to start the game, Max found the back of the net twice despite only taking four shots on the day.  He worked hard up front as well as dropping back into the midfield to receive the ball and distribute to teammates.  His 3 assists on the day give him 10 on the season, just two shy of the Lin-Wood single season record.

Saturday, September 28
Man of the Match vs Lisbon - Tanner Burrows
On a day that was mostly disappointing for the seniors at their last Homecoming, Tanner stood out with his undying effort.  His defense helped keep Lisbon from creating many good looks at goal and as Lin-Wood chased the game for a late equalizer, Tanner made several threatening runs forward.  He nearly found a way to tie the game in the final half minute but his shot cruelly glanced off of the crossbar and away from danger.

Thursday, September 26
Man of the Match at Nute - Wayne Child
On a day when Lin-Wood took a while to get into form, Wayne would be the offensive catalyst.  He notched 4 goals and showed off his playmaking ability, assisting on four other goals.  Wayne played the last 15 minutes in goal and still managed to affect the offense as his long punt was converted on the other end by Devon Rivera.

Tuesday, September 24
Man of the Match vs Sunapee - Bailey Clermont
The bright spot in a tough loss to Sunapee was the play of senior midfielder Bailey Clermont.  Having scored his first two career goals in the prior game, Bailey has become very comfortable in his outside midfield position and is a confident player when on the ball.  His presistent work over his career has him making well-timed runs down the flank and making good decisions with the ball.

Monday, September 16
Man of the Match vs Nute - Bryce Gillen
On a day where the offense was abundant, Bryce got things started by scoring in the 4th minute.  While many players looked to get their own goals against an overmatched team, Bryce was happy to set them up and assisted on three more goals on the day including a nicely placed cross that was headed home by Devon Rivera.  Were it not for an unkind post, Bryce would have had two goals to go with the three assists.

Friday, September 13
Man of the Match vs Moultonborough - Tim Holden
Making just his second career start at outside back, sophomore Tim Holden came through with a solid performance, winning 50/50 balls and playing solid positional defense.  After biding his time as a freshman and the start of this season, Tim is making the most of his shot at the starting 11 and continues to make his case for significant playing time.

Monday, September 9
Man of the Match at Profile - Colby Chase
After some trouble with team shape in the first two games, some players were moved to different positions to try to shore up the team defense.  Colby moved from center back to defensive mid and the impact of his athleticism, conditioning, and agressiveness was felt right away.  Colby's work in the midfield, breaking up Profile's attacks and starting ours, helped keep Profile from generating many quality chances which led to the team's first shutout of the 2013 season.

Friday, September 6
Man of the Match at Colebrook - Devon Rivera
After showing promise as an attacker as a freshman, Devon started to fulfill that promise with a goal and an assist in a 4-3 OT loss in Colebrook.  Devon put the team ahead with a calm, collected finish late in the first half and then turned provider in the 2nd to help put the Lumberjacks in the lead once more.  With more performances like this one, our offense will become more dynamic.

Wednesday, September 4
Man of the Match at Pittsfield - Wayne Child
Wayne Child scored both Lin-Wood goals in a season opening 3-2 loss.  After missing most of his sophomore year, Wayne has something to prove on the field this season.  With unquestioned abilities, Wayne has become more aggressive with his game and looks to add the scoring punch we have been missing from the front line over the past 3 years.

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