Team News, 2009 Season - Ohlone Renegades Men's Soccer
Match Report: Renegades strike hard against Mission College
- Game Day: Friday, September 18, 2009
- Ohlone of Coast South Division, Non-Conference Match
- Mission College @ Ohlone (Field availability forced a late reschedule to Ohlone College, instead of Santa Clara Soccer Park)
- Mission College 0, Ohlone 5
After a less than stellar performance against Merritt on Tuesday (loss 3-1), the Renegades had to get back into their grove and they had to do it convincingly. No doubt after the first ten minutes Ohlone was going to make amends for their result earlier in the week, and they started attacking the flanks of the Mission College Saints.
Early on, Ohlone found the width to be the key, George Mayer (Freshman) was put into action from the starting whistle, his first driven balls were shockers to keeper Eduardo Frias. Mayer was on a Mission to dismantle the Saints.
The first point of the day came off of Dustin Richards slotted ball up the right flank and Mayer would belt a near post shot for Ohlone’s first point of the day and Mayor’s first of two for the match.
Daniel Galloway, sophomore, did field duty this match and was not missed in the goal as he spent most of the day haranguing Mission’s back line as center forward. Galloway found the net while deflecting with authority one of Mayer’s driven crosses to add his first of three for the game and the first hat trick at Ohlone this season.
“Wide” was the word of the day, and Ohlone practiced all day long with much success. Mission were not to roll over that easy and would push on to force Keeper Iman Aghel to come up with a couple saves brought on by Saints’ center man, Salie Sossouadouno. However, Ohlone’s game plan was well rehearsed and the teams shape would be consistent and forceful.
Sean Randall, freshman back, launched a flurry of throw-ins near end of half one, one of which would mirror three previous assisted goals, this time finding Galloway’s big frame to ping a third goal of the half. Despite the sweltering heat, Ohlone’s second half effort would be no less energetic and Mayer would again find glory off another cross ultimately coming from Randall but helped along the way by Jarod Fluke, freshman. Fluke would again add to Galloway’s third of the day off a near similar crossing ball.
Planned and executed to near perfection, Ohlone found a pattern that worked and worked well.
- Ohlone – George Mayer II, Forward
- Ohlone – Daniel Galloway, Forward
- Ohlone – Brandon Garcia, Midfielder
- Mission – Ching Hung, Center Back
|Goal by||Assist by|
|Ohlone||12||George Mayer II||Dustin Richard|
|Ohlone||16||Daniel Galloway||George Mayer II|
|Ohlone||40||Daniel Galloway||Sean Randall|
|Ohlone||46||George Mayer II||Jarod Fluke|
|Ohlone||51||Daniel Galloway||Jarod Fluke|
Next opponent for Ohlone:
- Tuesday, September 22, 2009, 4:00pm at Ohlone
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