HAGERSTOWN, Md. – The Cumberland Valley Christian Blazers scored four first-half goals en route to a 6-0 victory over Broadfording Christian Academy Friday in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference boys soccer game.
Blazers coach Stan Hott said the Blazers dedicated the game to the three Clear Spring (Md.) High School student-athletes who were killed in an auto accident Thursday night. Some of the Blazer players had played with and against the Clear Spring players in games and tournaments.
“Our Blazer team is heartbroken for the Clear Spring Blazers,” Hott said. “We played for them last night.”
Mario Wiesman came up with his second hat trick of the young season to lead the Blazers (2-0-1, 2-0 MDCC). Nollin Egolf, Gage Brookens and Titus Hott also scored goals.
Ryan Crawford, Landon Kellogg, Bradley Stayman, Cort Stouffer, Finlay Smith and Aaron Minnier added assists.
“Mario Wiesman (Player of the Game) had a good night, being able to move through the BCA defense at will,” Hott said. “His main objective was to pull our team together and create chances for them. He did that very well. He is turning out to be a very good captain. We get next week off and then we are right back into on Tuesday 9/6 playing Calvary at home. Come out and support us.”
The game against Calvary will be a rematch of the last four MDCC championship games. Calvary defeated the Blazers in overtime in last year’s title game.