Saturday, October 16, 2004
By Jason Brown
There are still goals to achieve even late in a season when your team hasn't performed to the standards they know they can play. For both Sterling and Triton, they have been watching the leaders in their division come up with the wins they needed to stay on top. Today, the focus was on a different task of winning a game between two struggling programs. The Mustangs attempt of winning two straight games fell short as Sterling scored twice in the second half to come away with the shutout.
The weather played tricks in our area yesterday with some games played in light to zero rain and others receiving a heavy downpour postponing their scheduled match up maybe to another day. Triton managed to avoid taking a day off by defeating Overbrook yesterday. Looking to do the same today, Sterling and the host played to a scoreless tie through one half. During the second half, Dan Henson scored giving the Knights the one goal lead. Another goal scored by Phil Zampirri on a penalty kick was more than enough for Sterling to win this non-league game.