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Blue Jays shutout local rival Stevenson, 4-0

By: Dayne Turner

Liam Moylan scored his first goal of the season in the 11th minute against Stevenson.

Liam Moylan scored his first goal of the season in the 11th minute against Stevenson.

With a defensive effort too tough to break and an offense that refused to give up possession, the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays rolled over local rival Stevenson 4-0 at Mustangs Stadium on Wednesday.

JHU out-shot Stevenson 22-4 and held a 10-1 advantage on corner kicks. Stevenson goalkeeper Michael Tringali was peppered with shots the entire game and made 10 saves, but it still was not enough to avoid the blowout.

The Blue Jays scored two goals in each half. The first goal came in the 11th minute off their third corner kick attempt. Samy Ramadane found Cole Rosenberger fr a header on the cross into the box. The sophomore Rosenberger scored just his first goal of the season.

With three minutes left in the first half the Blue Jays were able to find the back of the net again on a pass that knifed through the defense from Achim Younker to Matthew MacFarquhar. He then nailed the top left corner of the net.

In the last minute of the first half Stevenson was able to get off two shots, one by Austin Cooper that went wide left, the other within the final second by Adam Diabagate that also went wide.

In the second half JHU continued their high intensity defense that led Liam Moylan to find Ramadane on a fast break. Ramadane ripped the ball into the bottom left corner. The Blue Jays would not let up either as Gerrit Church scored his first goal of the year off a cross from Sebastian Salathe that went into the upper right part of the goal.

Stevenson’s only shot on goal came in the 72nd minute when Joel Klopcic took n attempt from the top of the box, but JHU keeper Bryan See was there to ensure the shutout.

JHU improved to 5-1-2 with the victory while the Mustangs continue to search for their first victory of the year after suffering their third shutout loss of the season. They dropped to 0-7-1.

The Blue Jays will return home Saturday to host Swarthmore at 4 pm. JHU will host Wilkes on Saturday at 5 pm.

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  1. Rudolph Sanders says:

    Great writing I felt as if I was at the game.