EHS, T-town, Altamont Claim Soccer Wins


Published on October 8 2019 9:04 am
Last Updated on October 8 2019 9:04 am
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham High School blanked Olney 7-0 in soccer competition Monday.

Osvaldo Angel, Bryan Angel and Parker Siner scored two goals each for the Hearts while Armando Estrada tallied one goal. Brandon Duncan had five saves.

"We are at a point we have worked through the large amounts of injuries and have people back and ready to play," said EHS Coach Weston Peno. "This has also allowed our bench to grow in depth, maintaining equally talented individuals. This came to light yesterday when I was able to keep fresh legs, with the flow remaining consistent.

"Our players went out looking really good. They passed the ball well, their communication with one another was phenomenal and in the end, they did not let up.

"The team that played last night, all of them, shows just how much we have grown both in skill and in being teammates. I look forward to the rest of the season, and just as importantly, the post-season. I think it will be a challenge that our players are ready to rise to."


At Teutopolis

Teutopolis celebrated Senior Night with an 8-2 victory over Greenville Monday.

Goals in the first half were scored by Alex Deters at 32:35 and Linus Tanneryd at 13:18 as the Shoes held a 2-0 lead.

In the second half, Noah Hemmen tallied a shot at 39:03 followed by Tanneryd's second goal at 37:12. Lessio Bucciarelli scored at 31:57 on an assist by Derek Deters. Tannderyd then came back with a hat trick, scoring his third goal at 15:52. Kaleb Bannick scored at 7:48 on an assist by Noah Hemmen. Tanneryd then came up with a fourth goal at the 5:13 mark.

The Wooden Shoes improve to 14-4-1 on the season and plays its last regular season game at Olney today at 4:30 p.m.

The T-town junior varsity also picked up a victory, outscoring Greenville, 2-0.

Goals in the first half were by Gus Siemer at 25:05 and Ethan Mette at 10:30.


At Centralia

Atlamont claimed a 5-2 victory over Centralia Christ Our Rock Lutheran Monday.

Noah Klimpel tallied a goal in the first half on an assist by Isaac Crow. The Indians pushed the lead to 2-0 when Will Overton scored.

In the second half, Overton scored again to move the lead to 3-0. Klimpel then tallied his second goal for a 4-0 lead. CORL came back with two goals to pull within 4-2. Klimpel then pulled off a hat trick for the final goal.

Altamont had 21 shots, 18 on goal. Centralia Christ Our Rock Lutheran had two shots, both on goal and 13 saves.

Altamont improves to 6-9-2 on the season and will celebrate Senior Night today, hosting Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond at 5 p.m.