Friday, September 29, 2006
By Jerome Michaels
Not too many people believe that soccer is one of those sports that can leave several players out of a game due to injuries, but it does happen. In a Tri-County Conference boys' soccer game played at Highland, the Braves from Williamstown were able to control most of this game against the short handed Tartans. After a closely played first half, Williamstown would put this game away during the second half. The Braves would pick up the 4-0 win and remain above the five hundred percentage mark for the season. Four different players would score for the Braves.
The Braves were playing their second road game in a row and were looking to put together a winning streak after defeating Deptford. This game would remain scoreless up until the final seconds of the first half. Williamstown would take a one goal lead after Lange’s goal gave them the lead. During the early moments of the second half was when the Braves behind to take control of this game. Sean McDevitt, Chris Lewandowski and Turner finished out the scoring in this game.