Darkness suspended things in the 55th minute, but the game was hardly in doubt as six different players scored to lift the Buckeye Valley boys soccer team to a 7-0 non-league win over visiting Marion Franklin Wednesday in Delaware.
Marion Franklin arrived late due to bus problems. When the game started, though, it was the BV (9-5-0) offense creating all the issues.
“It was nice to get goals from six different players,” Buckeye Valley coach Eric Staley said. “It took us awhile to get started, but once we put one in, they kept coming.”
Anthony Seliskar broke the scoring seal off a feed from Milan Milenkovski in the 18th minute. Bill Daily made it 2-0 two minutes later, Seliskar added his second of the game a minute after that and the Barons never looked back.
Brennan Perrine made it 4-0 in the 26th minute while freshman Andres Rosario scored his first career goal to balloon the BV edge to 5-0 in the 27th minute.
Aspen Schneller scored off a corner kick less than a minute later to give the Barons a 6-0 lead at the half.
Nathan Chwalik smoothed out the scoring summary with a goal late in the second half.
Averie Ogden scored a second-half goal off a feed from Emily Noble to break a scoreless tie and lift the Olentangy Orange field hockey team to a 1-0 win over host Scioto Wednesday in Dublin.
The defense did the rest, allowing the Irish to get off just one shot on goal all night — a shot Pioneer (8-4-1) keeper Alyssa Menzo stopped to preserve the shutout.
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