Lourdes routs PI/ZM
Rochester Lourdes got some young players some varsity playing time in a 12-0 win over Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa at Fuad Monsour Fields.
Mark Lembach scored five goals and Nick Rieder added three goals and two assists as the Eagles outshot PI/Z-M 33-1. Kevin White, Alex Camilleri, Jeff Kertis and Matt Lynch each scored one goal for Lourdes.
Eric Lembach played in goal for Lourdes in the first half, Chris White played in the second half.
"We brought up a bunch of players and let them get some varsity experience," Lourdes coach Tom Kane said.
Century dominates Faribault: Bryce Wilcox scored twice Thursday night and Rochester Century dominated Faribault overall in a 3-0 Big Nine Conference boys soccer win at Faribault.
The Panthers outshot the Falcons 30-6.
"We had a lot of opportunities to finish (goals)," Century coach Brent Johnson said. "It was a good game for us."
Wilcox scored his first goal 10 minutes into the first half off an assist from Tim Hagbourne. He got his second one seven minutes into the second half, Jack Reuvers assisting. Patrick Condon got the Panthers' third goal, his coming 16 minutes into the first half. Kyle Russell assisted.
In goal for Century in the first half was Tom Erickson. Dan Forsman manned the net in the second half.
Century is 1-1 in the Big Nine and 2-1 overall. It plays at Owatonna at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
JM ties Mankato West: Based on the statistics, Rochester John Marshall should have had a win. In the end, though, it had to settle for a 0-0 tie with Mankato West at JM Stadium.
JM outshot the Scarlets 22-9.
"Overall, we played very well," JM coach Tony Birch said. "We created a lot of opportunities for ourselves. Unfortunately, we were not able to capitalize on them."
Both teams had one great chance to score in overtime. JM goalie Alex Kuehl stretched out for a one-handed save in the second overtime.
The Rockets followed that by being denied with 10 seconds left after taking a shot on an open-netter.
JM is 1-0-1 in the Big Nine, 2-1-1 overall. It plays host to Austin on Sept. 10.