HAGERSTOWN, Md. – The Cumberland Valley Christian Blazers roared back from a halftime deficit to defeat Grace Academy 5-3 Tuesday in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference boys soccer game.
The Blazers (8-0, 4-0 MDCC) trailed 2-1 after 40 minutes but scored four second-half goals to stay on top of the MDCC.
“We came out flat and just were not connecting on our passes,” Blazers coach Stan Hott said. “We cleaned it up a little the second half but are still far from being where we need to be. We are still at the start of the season. I think by playoffs we will be on our game.”
Wyatt Pine and Mario Wiesman each scored two goals for the Blazers, and Josh Rowe kicked in the other goal. Wiesman and Max Crawford each had two assists, and Pine added the other assist.
“Josh Rowe had a good night controlling his area,” Hott said. “Aaron Minnier played multiple roles and has been a great player to fill in where it is needed.”
Goalkeeper Gabe Beckering made 11 saves for the Blazers.