Jays Triumph Over Eagles in District Opener, 8-0
The Jesuit High School (JHS) soccer team traveled to the Westbank and returned home with a 8-0 district-opening win over Shaw.
Jesuit gained the upper hand in the 15th minute when Sebi Maraldo found Cameron Cancienne for a goal. Maraldo then scored one of his own in the 31st minute, which brought the Jays to a 2-0 halftime lead. This would allow JHS to pour it on in the second half with six more goals. Freshman Mason Baglio recorded two saves in goal.
Through the Lens…
By the Numbers…
|Team Totals (1st Half)||Goals (Assists)|
|Shots: 28 (15)
Shots on Goal: 15 (6)
Corners: 11 (6)
Saves: 2 (2)
|15’ Cameron Cancienne (Sebi Maraldo)
31’ Sebi Maraldo
54’ Eli Cheramie (Winston Smith)
55’ Bennet Mansour
56’ Ashton Perkins
69’ Andrew Brudzinski (Eli Cheramie)
70’ Bennet Mansour (Arthur Ross)
75’ Max Scheurich (Eli Cheramie)
In His Words…
“Not only was that our first game of the 2018-19 district season, it was our first game on Shaw’s new field,” said head coach Hubie Collins. “We really enjoyed playing out there, and we’re very excited to get into the meat of the schedule.”
On the Horizon…
On Thursday, Dec. 6, Jesuit faces De La Salle in a non-district contest at John Ryan Stadium. Kick-off is set for 5:00 p.m.