F-M boys soccer goes 2-1, falls to B’ville

Girls Hornets get routs of Oswego, Central Square

Austin Treglia stepped up to get a goal, as did Adam Bem and Tyler Snow. Tysen Tressness finished with a pair of assists as Ben Obrist, playing a full game in the net, stopped seven of the eight shots he faced.

To make it back-to-back wins, F-M stepped out of league play on Saturday and, going to East Syracuse-Minoa, rolled to a 5-1 victory over the Spartans.

This time around, the Hornets grabbed a 3-0 halftime edge, and never let up from there, as Snow and Connor Treglia both put in a pair of goals. Amato helped out with one goal and one assist as Christian Bagabo notched two assists and Adrian Temnycky also had an assist.

As for the F-M soccer girls, it returned to action last Tuesday, at Central Square, and proceeded to have its best first half of the season, a six-goal onslaught that led to an 8-1 romp over the Red Hawks.

Having struggled for long stretches of the season to even put one shot in the net, the Hornets found this first-half outburst quite welcome, as three players – Alexa Restante, Alexis Muraco and Ambjurg Solheim – would gain two goals apiece.

Frankie Bowyer, with a goal and two assists, also made a big contribution as Sarah Olick-Sutphen picked up the other goal. Restante and Muraco added assists.

It was much the same for the Hornets in Friday night’s 6-0 shutout of Oswego, as F-M steadily worked its way to a 3-0 halftime lead and then managed that exact same total after the break.

Continuing her hot play, Bowyer produced her first three-goal hat trick of the season. Olick-Sutphen had one goal and one assist, while Sarah Tedeschi had the other goal. Jamison Seabury added two assists as single assists also went to Ani Villalba and Rachel Dise.

F-M’s girls close out the regular season at home Thursday night against Auburn, a night after the boys Hornets go on the road to play the Maroons before awaiting its Section III Class AA playoff assignment.

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