Boys Soccer Roundup: Jeff Wolons Sets Jamestown Single-Season Scoring Record

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Jeff Wolons (file photo)
Jeff Wolons (file photo)

Jeff Wolons scored five goals during an 8-0 rout of Poquoson to break Jamestown’s single-season scoring record

Wolons’ record of 37 goals surpasses Patrick Kelly, who scored 36 goals for Jamestown in the 2012 season.

Wolons, a Virginia Tech soccer commit, scored two goals in the first half to help give Jamestown a 5-0 halftime lead.

Well aware of the record within reach, Wolons was determined to break the single-season scoring record.

With his fifth goal of the game, Wolons simultaneously tallied his 37th goal this season, setting a new standard for the Eagles, and ended the game due to a slaughter rule.

His teammates got into the action, with six players recording assists for Jamestown in the win. Additionally, Duncan McDevitt, Davis Wood and Dan Kelly each added goals for the Eagles.

The Eagles enter their final regular season game of the season, a Tuesday home match against Northampton, as the hottest team in the Bay Rivers District. They have won 10 consecutive games dating back to March 31, when they recorded their only regular-season defeat against Grafton.

Jamestown 8, Poquoson 0

Goals: Jamestown (Jeff Wolons 5, Duncan McDevitt, Davis Wood, Dan Kelly)
Assists: Jamestown (Duncan McDevitt, Cisco Santucci, Ben Carper, Davis Wood, Brandon Jordan, Riley Fitzgerald)

 

Lafayette Defeats Short-Handed York

Lafayette’s boys soccer team handled a short-handed York, handing the Falcons a 2-0 defeat on Thursday.

In order to rest his team for the upcoming Conference 25 tournament, York coach Ryan Hagerty decided to sit four starters against the Rams, ultimately leading to the team’s second loss this season.

Lafayette controlled possession for most of the first half, but were still held scoreless.

After entering halftime tied at 0-0, Lafayette’s Thomas Pogue scored the game’s opening goal with 27 minutes left in the game off a Gavin Arsenault assist.

Seven minutes later, Reeves Trott assisted a goal by Justin Wilson, who put Lafayette up 2-0.

Lafayette (7-3-2) will finish its regular season at home on Monday against Warhill. Meanwhile, York (13-2-2) will await its opponent in the Conference 25 tournament.

Lafayette 2, York 0

Goals: Lafayette (Thomas Pogue, Justin Wilson)
Assists: Lafayette (Gavin Arsenault, Reeves Trott)

 

Bruton Falls During Senior Night

Bruton’s boys soccer team lost a tough 3-1 home game to Smithfield during the team’s senior night on Thursday.

Hunter Embry scored the lone goal for Bruton, while Panthers goalkeeper Travis Matthews logged seven saves in the losing effort.

The Panthers have finished their regular season with a mark of 7-8 and will await their opponent in the Conference 33 tournament.

Smithfield 3, Bruton 1

Goals: Bruton (Hunter Embry)