Hollis Brookline Cavs soccer racks up wins
GU13 – Cavs 9, Fremont 0
The Hollis Brookline Cavaliers girls U13 team who won a 9-0 game over Fremont recently on the road. Cavaliers goalie Rachel Long had six saves in net capturing her first shutout with Claudia Pack, Morgan Kipp, Kayla Carlton and Kaya Toms playing well defensively with upfield progressions. Goals were scored by Kylie Cosgrove, Morgan Kipp, Allie Callahan with two unassisted from Sienna Anderson and Maddie Acheson. McKenna Dunn scored two both assisted by Maddie Acheson. Madeline Boudreau was the backbone on holding the midfield. She was on point defensively and offensively.
GU12 – Cavs 5, Rochester 2
The Girls U12 Cavaliers won a 5-2 game over Rochester on Saturday on the road. Goalie Zarina Nichols had eight saves in net while guiding her teammates defensively. Lauren Holt, Mady LeClerc, Eva Kelley and Allie (AC) Callahan had strong defensive opportunities. Morgan Kipp lead the offense with two goals while Claire Ballou, Lilly Bouchard, and Maddie Acheson each chipped in one. The Cavaliers had strong passing and transitions in the midfield led by Kaya Toms, Makayla Medina and Sienna Anderson. The Cavaliers’ next game is this Saturday verses Hampshire United at 9 a.m.
BU9 Boys D2 – Cavs 8, Pelham 0
After starting the season with two wins the Cavs were able to field their full squad for the first time this year and it showed with them dominating possesion and racing into a 3-0 lead within the opening eight minutes. Ayush Sharma scored the game’s first goal and was instrumental early on, Aspen Hang got himself a goal and picked up three assists in the game. Alton Williams and Grady Smith both grabbed themselves a brace before Mohid Khan finished the scoring firing into the roof of the net.
BU10 D2 – Cavs 5, Salem 4
After slow start to the game from both teams Malik Shannak hit an unstoppable shot into the bottom corner to break the deadlock. A terrific solo goal and a great team goal from Will McCoy and Jonah Winsor, respectively, had the Cavs cruising before Salem struck twice in two minutes before halftime to close the game up. The Cavs looked to have the game wrapped up after Scout Crea volleyed in from a corner making it 5-2 with minutes to play. Once again two goals in two minutes from Salem meant a nervy last 30 seconds to the game but the Cavs held on with their third straight to start the season.