Poirier records 50th assist; Hornets blow out Troy on Senior Night.

By: Ed Weaver | NTL Sports | October 16, 2019 | Photo courtesy Maureen Poirier

 
Poirier records 50th assist; Hornets blow out Troy on Senior Night.
 

Junior Will Poirier became the latest member of the Wellsboro Boys Soccer team to reach 50 career assists as the Hornets blew out Troy 8-2 during Senior Night on Tuesday, October 15.

"We won the match and Will hit the 50 career assists milestone. Overall, a good night of soccer for us," head coach Todd Fitch said.

That milestone wasn't the only stellar performance on the evening. Junior exchange student Alvaro Garza-Seijo scored a career-high 4 goals during the contest.

Junior Joseph Grab started the scoring just 1:30 in the game, then back-to-back goals by Garza-Seijo had Wellsboro up 3-0 in under 10 minutes. Wellsboro add 3 more goals before the half expired. With 23 minutes remaining junior Kaeden Mann split a pair of Troy defenders and found sophomore Owen Richardson for a goal, then Mann scored off a Poirier assist to make it 5-0.

Wellsboro's final goal in the half came with 6:10 remaining as junior Zach Singer headed in a Poirier corner kick to make it 6-0.

Both teams added a pair of goals in the 2nd period. Wellsboro started just a minute in as Garza-Seijo used a pass from Poirier to make it 7-0, then just past the middle of the period Poirier found Garza-Seijo again.

Wellsboro took 28 shots on goal to Troy's 7 and had a 7-4 advantage in corner kicks.

Junior Ethan Ryan and freshman Aiden Gehman combined for 6 saves in goal for the night.

The win improves the Hornets' record to 12-4 (8-2 NTL) before they travel to Penn College to face South Williamsport on Thursday, October 17.

In the Middle School game the Hornets shut out Northern Potter 6-0. Scoring for the Hornets was Sara Seeling, Caden Smith (2 goals), Maddy Mascho, Jacob Abadi, and Isaac Macias.

Dillon Boyce had 3 assists and Maddy Mascho and Watson Feil each had 1.

Wellsboro had 18 shots on goal and 10 corner kicks to zero shots and corner kicks for Northern Potter.

 

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