Boys Soccer Roundup: York’s Poelker, Dail Score Twice in Win Against Denbigh

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Cameron Dail (file photo)
Cameron Dail (File Photo)

Max Poelker and Cameron Dail each scored a pair of goals to lead York to a 6-0 win against Denbigh during Wednesday’s showdown, which was part of the Christine Garvey Memorial Tournament.

The Falcons jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first half behind a pair of goals by Poelker, as well as goals from Cameron Dunbar and Aaron Reyes.

Dunbar scored in the seventh minute off an assist from Poelker, who then scored a goal of his own in the 11th minute. Reyes scored a minute later off an assist from Dail. Poelker added his second goal in the 20th minute to give the Falcons a 4-0 lead.

Dail scored both of his second-half goals minutes apart, the first coming in the 72nd minute and the second come in the 74th minute.

York (2-0) will play in the Christine Garvey Memorial Tournament championship on Thursday against Grafton.

York 6, Denbigh 0

Goals: York (Dunbar,  Poelker 2, Reyes, Dail 2)
Assists: York (Poelker, Mahaffy, Dail, Evans, McClure, Nadhem)

 

Grafton Cruises Past Kecoughtan

Grafton’s boys soccer team had no trouble getting past Kecoughtan 3-1 during Wednesday’s game in the Christine Garvey Memorial Tournament.

With the win, Grafton (2-0) will advance to take on York in Thursday’s Christine Garvey Memorial Tournament championship game.

Individual statistics were not reported for this game.

Grafton 3, Kecoughtan 1

 

Warhill Blanks Bethel

Warhill posted its first shutout of the season, beating Bethel 4-0 Wednesday in the Christine Garvey Memorial Tournament.

While the Lions finished the tournament undefeated, they will not advance to Thursday’s championship game because of a lower goal differential than Grafton, which will play York in the finals.

Warhill (2-0) will now prepare to visit Colonial Heights on Tuesday.

Individual statistics were not reported for this game.

Warhill 4, Bethel 0