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Second half rallies lift Bulldogs, Pirates Booters; Cougars denie Devils in overtime


Second half rallies lifted reigning Section 10 Class D Champion Heuvelton and NAC West Co-Champion Harrisville on Thursday in West Division opening day action in boys soccer.

Three goals in the final 10 minutes lifted a rebuilding Heuvelton squad 4-1 at Clifton-Fine while three tallies in the final 16:30 produced a 4-2 comeback win over Morristown for the Pirates.

Edwards-Knox denied Hammond 2-1 in overtime.

Harrisville 4, Morristown 2: Down 2-1, Chris Sullivan tied the game in the 64th minute on a cross from Nate Weaver and Jared Dreythaler converted on a short through ball pass from Tim Fowler in the 74th for the game-winner.

Sullivan capped the scoring in the 77th chipping the ball over the goalie’s reach from 15 yards out for the Pirates who received eight saves from Zane Mono.

Fowler made it 1-0 lead in the eighth minute but Ryan Vollmer scored in the 15th unassisted for a 1-1 halftime tie for Morristown.

Jake VanArnam scored from Karter VanArnam in the 45th minute for the Rockets who received seven saves from Luke King.

Heuvelton 4, Clifton-Fine 1: Aidan Scagel scored the game winning goal in the 70th minute from Noah Steele to break a 1-1 tie for Heuvelton. Steele connected from Luke Brown three minutes later for insurance and Joe McDonnell sealed the win in the 76th from Andrew Streeter.

Dylan Liscum made it 1-0 for the Bulldogs in the 35th but Ryan Jones tied the game just four minutes into the second half in the 44th from Alberto Rubio for the Eagles.

Jordan Macaulay made six saves for Heuvelton and Jordan Planty handled 12 shots for the Eagles.

Edwards-Knox 2, Hammond 1 OT: Hunter Tuttle produced the game winning goal in the 86th minute unassisted for the Cougars who received two saves from Kaden Dandrow in goal.

Tucker O’Brien scored in the 12th minute of play in a scramble for the Cougars early 1-0 lead. In the 26th, Tristan Simons scored from Spencer Pease to tie the game for Hammond.

Nick Jewitt made 23 saves for Hammond.

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