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Dan Geyer

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The Boys Varsity team continues to dominate this season, sitting with with a 13-1 record overall and a perfect 7-0 in league play. The boys picked up where they left off on September 22nd with a 6-0 win over Whitesville. Alex netted two goals and Cox, West, Hunter Enders and Nate Hurd each scored while Adam contributed two assists. McCumiskey needed one save for the shutout.  Tuesday’s game against Hinsdale on the 26th was special. Not only did the boys defeat Hinsdale 4-0, but Adam Enders broke the school record with his 91st career goal, breaking the record set by 1995 graduate Jeff Enders. Adam finished the game with three goals and Caiazza added one as well and both Enders each assisted on a goal.

Belfast then traveled to Friendship on the 28th looking to add to their win streak and came away victorious, 2-0. Enders put Belfast up 1-0 off a pass from Cox twenty minutes in then took a pass from Broshar four minutes into the second half to Belfast in the driver’s seat for good. In the goal, McCumiskey saved seven shots.

The boys started homecoming week with a dominant 6-0 win over Bolivar-Richburg. Enders scored twice and added an assist, Ethan Blocho scored and assisted on Cox’s goal, while Cox had a goal of his own and Gustason and Broshar each added a goal. McCumiskey picked up the shutout with just one save. Two days later, the boys picked up a 2-0 win in a very physical game at Scio. Enders netted his twenty fifth goal of the season and added an assist and Kye Comstock contributed with his second goal of the season and in goal, McCumiskey picked up another shutout with two saves. 

The boys returned home to face Scio on Homecoming night last Friday. After falling behind 1-0, Hunter Enders fed Adam a pass that tied the game at 1-1. Belfast would strike twice in the second half with goals by Adam and Cox to give the boys the win, 3-1. While it had its seven game shutout streak snapped, the boys clinched their third straight Allegany County Division Two title. Two games remain in the 2017 regular season: Tuesday vs Houghton and Thursday’s Senior night game vs Whitesville. Two more wins could give the boys the #1 seed in the Class D2 as sectionals start next week.

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