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ELYRIA, Ohio – It was a coming-out night for the Jamestown Community College men’s soccer team, who led Lorain County CC 8-2 on Monday afternoon.

“It never hurts to see the ball go into the net” Jamestown CC head coach Pat Anderson said. “We had guys who hadn’t scored and they were lucky enough to score.

The Jayhawks started quickly with first-year midfielder Louis Hurst (Blackpool, England / Cardinal Newman College) finding the back of the net thanks to feeding from freshman midfielder Mario Alberto Campo (Bogota, Columbia / Gimnasio de los Cerros) just five minutes after the start of the match. .

Hurst scored the second of his three goals in the 18th minute of action with first-year defender Owain Jones (Cardiff, Wales / Coleg Y Cymoedd) securing the assist. Jamestown CC extended their lead to three in the 28th minute with second-year forward Jesse da Costa (Perth, Western Australia / SEDA) setting up first-year forward Josh Heim (Westfield / Westfield) for his first of three goals in the afternoon.

“Jesse was playing on the wing and managed to score a few goals. He himself had some good chances on which he was not lucky enough ”, Anderson said of da Costa. “He did a great job putting people in good positions. “

To close the first half, Heim answered the call again with a 36th-minute goal with first-year midfielder Connor Lewis (Surrey, England / Farnborough Academy) returning with the assist.

“He was really aggressive on the wing,” Anderson said of Heim. “He finished two near the net, including one on a rebound off the post. His aggression really helped him today.

The Jayhawks kept the pressure on the Commodores as Hurst added another goal to his 54th-minute tally after the set-up of da Costa and freshman midfielder Tshepiso Ntuli (Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa / Pretoria Boys HS).

“He had some very nice shots from around 12 meters where he had room. He was a little impatient to get his first goal ”, Anderson said of Hurst. “He was a little frustrated. I’m sure it will be a big boost for him.

After a 20-minute standoff, second-year forward Ryan Koch (Auckland, New Zealand / Long Bay College) regained energy with a 73rd-minute goal on the feed of first-year midfielder Javier Garcia (Pamplona, ​​Navarre, Spain / San Cernin).

In the 77th minute, Koch facilitated the attack this time, allowing Heim to score his third goal of the game. Lorain County CC interrupted the seven-goal streak, scoring a pair to reduce the deficit to 7-2.

First-year midfielder Jesse Plaatjes (Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa / Northwood) put the icing on the cake for the Jayhawks, scoring in the 86th minute as first-year forwards Caleb Foley (Jamestown / Maple Grove) and Kayque Rodrigues (Sao Paulo, Brazil / EE Miguel Munhoz Filho) attended.

First-year goaltender Bryan Anderson (Ashville / Chautauqua Lake) took the win in goal in 62 minutes of action. First-year goaltender Ben Livingston came the rest of the way in relief.

“We haven’t done a great job of putting Ben in a good position,” Anderson said of Livingston. “He had his first action and I’m sure he was happy to come on the pitch and play a bit.”

The Jayhawks will be back in action this Saturday as they travel to Fulton-Montgomery Community College for a 4 p.m. start.

“Offensively we did some good things and attacked the net. Hopefully that kind of aggressive attack will translate this weekend at Fulton-Montgomery ”, Anderson said. “I suspect this game should be really close. If we’re playing our best it should be very tight. “

Sunday they will be visiting SUNY Adirondack.

“Adirondack has recently shown signs of building up. They continue to improve game by game ”, Anderson said. “It’s hard to say until you’re out on the pitch. It could have been an easier game earlier in the year than it is today. “

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