Team News, 2010 Season - Ohlone College Renegades Men's Soccer

Match Report: Ohlone Recovers against Mission

  • Game Day: Tuesday, September 7, 2010
  • Ohlone of Coast South Division, Non-Conference Match
  • Mission @ Ohlone
  • Ohlone 4, Mission 1

After a challenging Friday against Marin where Ohlone’s starting keeper was lost in a true routing, Ohlone were able to regain their footing and took out some frustration on the Mission College Saints.

George Mayer II found the netting after a stunning display of drilling through a crowded Mission back line for a solid shot to net inside the eighteen. Mayer duplicated another similar situation at the start of the second half.

Although Jarod Fluke also found glory early in first half, Ohlone were denied many opportunities, yet were proficient at getting into the danger zone. Mission were not looking to make Ohlone look good and constantly thwarted attempts with a strong performance by keeper Lamela.

Mission pushed a strong fifteen minute stand early in the second half but would not find their way into a much more organized Ohlone back line. A clumsy foul resulting in a penalty kick was the only chance for Mission to really put one on the board and nullify keeper Eric Underwood’s shut out on his first day job between the pipes.

Goals
Team
Time (minutes)
Goal by Assist by
Ohlone 7 George Mayer II Nicholas Sanchez-Torres
Ohlone 15 Jarod Fluke David Kulhanek
Ohlone 47 George Mayer II Eric Underwood
Mission 69 Jose Franco (Penalty Kick)
Ohlone N/A Carlos Contreras
Stats
Ohlone
Mission
Fouls 4 4
Yellows 1 1
Reds 0 1
Corners 5 0
Shots 13 5
Saves 6 10

GK:

  • Ohlone – Eric Underwood 90 min.
  • Mission – Lamela Cameron 90 min.
Records
College
Overall
Conference
Division
Ohlone 2-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0
Mission 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Next opponent for Ohlone: Friday, September 10, 2010 vs. Merritt at 1:30pm at Ohlone.

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