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Yarmouth:: shuts out York 1-0 to stay unbeaten

Postby Forecaster » Sun Sep 17, 2017 3:33 am

Yarmouth boys sweep Greely, stay perfect

YARMOUTH—Saturday evening, for the second time in a little over a week, Greely’s boys’ soccer team found itself hanging tough with the powerhouse, three-time defending Class B state champion Yarmouth Clippers.

And once again, the Clippers flipped the switch and left the Rangers in their wake.

Nine days after rallying from a three-goal halftime deficit with five second half goals of its own, Yarmouth grabbed a 1-0 lead over its rival when junior standout Eric LaBrie scored in the game’s 10th minute.

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Re: Yarmouth sweeps Greely, stay perfect

Postby PPH » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:19 am

Yarmouth shuts out Greely
The Clippers use another dominant second half against their top rival to post a 5-0 win.

“(LaBrie) has to be one of the top two or three strikers we’ve had here in 20 years. He’s just a finisher,” said Yarmouth Coach Mike Hagerty

The Clippers (5-0) broke the game open with four goals in the second half, starting when LaBrie assisted on a goal by Jack Jones with 25:39 remaining.

LaBrie extended the lead to 3-0 about nine minutes later on a great individual play. LaBrie deked Greely keeper Brandon George and found the back of the net through a web of Greely defenders.

“The third goal is the most important goal. (Greely) definitely knew they probably could not come back from that,” said LaBrie.

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Re: Yarmouth:: Coach Mike Hagerty collected his 250th win

Postby PPH » Thu Sep 21, 2017 3:51 am

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YARMOUTH: Coach Mike Hagerty collected his 250th boys’ soccer coaching victory with the school Tuesday when the Clippers defeated Poland, 7-0.
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Re: Yarmouth:: survives Cape's upset bid

Postby Forecaster » Sat Sep 23, 2017 2:58 am

Yarmouth boys survive Cape's upset bid

YARMOUTH—Yarmouth’s boys’ soccer team isn’t perfect, but the Clippers remain unblemished nonetheless.

Friday evening, Yarmouth hosted longtime rival Cape Elizabeth in a contest that most expected the Clippers would win with ease, but at halftime, it was the Capers who had the lead, 1-0, on a goal from junior John O’Connor in the 27th minute.

To no one’s surprise, Yarmouth came out strong in the second half and got a little luck as well, as with 27:11 to play, senior Max Coury’s shot deflected off a defender and into the net to tie the score.

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Re: Yarmouth:: survives Cape's upset bid

Postby PPH » Sat Sep 23, 2017 4:38 am

... “At halftime our kids realized they didn’t need to do anything but play harder,” Yarmouth Coach Mike Hagerty said. “Cape came out hard, winning 50-50 balls and playing well. In the first half I think we were thinking too much and not playing soccer. At halftime we said let’s forget about tactics and let’s go win some balls.”

Yarmouth, the three-time defending state champion, made it 1-1 in the 52nd minute when Coury’s hard shot from inside the penalty area went in off a defender hustling back to the line to help goalie Sean Agrodnia.

In the 59th minute, Jones moved into the goalie box to push the rebound of Luke Groothoff’s direct kick from near the top of the bubble into the goal to snap the tie.

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Re: Yarmouth:: shuts out York 1-0 to stay unbeaten

Postby PPH » Wed Sep 27, 2017 4:52 am

Yarmouth shuts out York 1-0 to stay unbeaten
Max Coury gets the winning goal in the second half as Yarmouth tops York for the second time.

...“We play some real good teams, but (York) is the real deal,” said Coury, who finished a series of passes on a counterattack by sending a shot from the 6-yard line inside the left post after receiving a feed from Jack Jones. “They do everything fast and they make you make mistakes … For the whole team, it makes us better.”

In the end, it was Yarmouth’s depth that was the difference.

“(Yarmouth is) a very deep team,” York Coach Eric Martens said. “When they’re sending subs on they’re getting better if anything, so it was tough on my guys to defend as long as we did tonight … I have great players on my side, but I think it was tired legs tonight, a little fatigue and that’s part of soccer.”

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