Boys Soccer Earns Back-to-Back NBC Shutout Over Carrollton
Louisville 7, Carrollton 0
The Louisville Leopards erupted for 6 goals in the final 25:02 to turn a closely contested game into a 7-0 blowout of the Carrollton Warriors Tuesday evening at Louisville Leopards Stadium. With the victory, the Leopards are now 2-2-2 overall and 2-0 in NBC play.
Starting Goalie Austin Terra injured his hand in Saturday’s contest against the St. Thomas Aquinas Knights. Due to the injury, Terra was taken out of goal and put on offense. That’s where he scored not one, but two goals for the Leopards. His first goal came off a pass into the goal box by Brennan Seemann. Earning the hockey assist was Alex Stefanik who projected the ball to the left where Seemann got a touch on it. Terra’s boot completed the triangle and gave Louisville a 1-0 lead with 12:59 left in the first half.
Austin Hallas was the starting Goalie for Louisville, but he was pulled after the Leopards claimed the lead for Jarrett Zwick. The two combine to shutout the Warriors for the entire evening. Cody Gotshall and Micah Neuenschwander also provided plenty of great defensive plays to shutout Carrollton’s attack.
Terra’s second goal came after the Warriors Goalie mishandled a Leopards shot on goal to make it 2-0. Not four minutes later, Harrison Raub kicked a lead pass to Hallas who stormed ahead. Hallas spun around before netting it home. Louisville Goalies 3, Carrollton 0.
The same combination would score again playing opposite roles after Seemann scored the fourth goal inbetween. The final two Leopard goals came within a span of 31 seconds. Corey Wilson snuck the ball into the left side of the net for a score and Mitch Perez scored the first goal of his career via an assist by Trevor Burk.
With the victory, Louisville is now 9-2 against Carrollton all-time including a 5-1 record at home. The Leopards have now shutout the Warriors in back-to-back meetings and their seven goal margin of victory is the largest ever against Carrollton.
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UP NEXT: The Leopards will next travel to Kent Roosevelt to take on the Rough Riders on Saturday, September 7 at 7:00 PM.