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M-W Rebounds With Win Over Chateaugay

BY DAVE SHEA

MADRID - The schedule offered Madrid-Waddington the opportunity to make a quick rebound from Saturday's 1-0 NAC East Boys Soccer loss to Colton-Pierrepont.

And the Yellowjackets took full advantage posting a 5-2 win over Chateaugay on Monday.

"It felt good to get our offense going tonight with five different goal scorers. Finally found a way to get to the net and finish. Brennan Harmer and Gabe Murphy played very well tonight. Nick Burns serviced some great crosses tonight," said M-W Coach Ryan Robinson

after the Jackets rallied from a 1-0 deficit and scored the last two goals of the game.

Chateaguay opened the scoring with an Eric Rockhill tally asssted by Jonah McDonald. MW tied it with a goal by Jacob Murphy assisted by Brody Vanburen and John McCall scored on a header to take the lead in the second half off a Nick Burns corner.

M-W's Kyle Stoner scored off a cross from Brennan Harmer and Jonah McDonald answered for the Bulldogs' unassisted. Harmer scored off a direct kick and Matt Robinson closed out the scoring off a cross from Nick Burns.

"It was a typical MW Chateaguay game where neither team would give the other anything. Hard played well officiated game. Teddy Martin always brings it to us whenever we play. Getting ready for Brushton on Thursday," said Coach Robinson.

Trent Lashua stopped four shots for M-W and Roy Leary finished with seven saves for Chateaugay.

In other NAC East action Brushton-Moira downed Norwood-Norfolk 3-1 and Parishville-Hopkinton blanked St. Lawrence Central 0.


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