The Rising Sun boys and girls soccer program held Senior Night Wednesday, October 17.
Brandon Teixidor's recorded a hat trick in the second half to lead the Bohemia Manor boys soccer team to a 6-0 triumph over host Perryville Thursday afternoon.
Mikey Stecher added a pair of goals and Bean Bainbridge opened the scoring.
Teixidor's nifty flick set up Bainbridge's goal in the 9th minute.
They call him the "Trash Man" and his business is picking up goals.
Linton "Trash Man" Mercer tallied twice to lead the Rising Sun boys soccer team to a 4-1 triumph over host Perryville in the rain Thursday night.
"Linton is up top because of his speed," Rising Sun coach Ken Ulrich said. "And he is what we call the 'Trash Man'. He cleans up anything up top with his speed and that's what he does. He knows his job and he does it well."
The Rising Sun boys soccer team evened its record by defeating West Nottingham Academy 5-1 last Thursday afternoon.
For starters, it wasn't half bad.
The youthful Rising Sun boys soccer team started strong but faded a bit in the second half as North Harford tallied twice after the break for a 2-0 triumph Thursday afternoon at Calvert Regional Park.
The Perryville boys soccer team celebrated Senior Night with a 5-0 triumph over Tome Wednesday night, October 18.
Postgame interview with Andrew Parker of Rising Sun
"Golazo" is a slang term particularly popular with Spanish speaking fans and defined by the Urban Dictionary as an "awesomely amazing goal."
It's a fitting word to describe the go-ahead goal Andrew Parker scored on Senior Night in Rising Sun's 3-2 triumph over visiting North East in a game with a great deal at stake.
The Rising Sun boys soccer team downed host West Nottingham Academy 9-1 Monday, October 9.
Postgame interview with Jackson Sopa
The Rising Sun boys soccer team accomplished two goals Wednesday afternoon.
Both figuratively and literally.
The Tigers tallied twice in a 2-1 triumph over visiting Harford Tech. And while achieving their main objective of emerging with a victory, the Tigers also attained a slightly secondary aspiration – playing better than they had in the two previous games.
The Rising Sun boys soccer team conceded its Wednesday, September 27 game against Perryville was significantly more closely contested than they had anticipated.
"A lot closer," the Tigers' Jason Kelsch acknowledged. "After Perryville barely beat Joppatowne (in overtime two days earlier), we were expecting to roll over them. They came out and played hard. We came out a little complacent and slow."
The Tigers started sluggishly and then needed to withstand a late Panther rally to escape with a 3-2 triumph.
Perryville's Jon Hamancioglu's second goal of the game came with a minute remaining in regulation and brought the Panthers within a goal but they did not have a chance at an equalizer in the final 60 seconds.
"A lot of different things [went wrong]," Rising Sun coach Ken Ulrich said. "Obviously when we play county schools, they kind of want to come for us. And we're ok with that. I think other schools are going to look at us and say, 'We have a shot to try to knock the Big Dog off'. And again, not that we're the Big Dog because obviously we went after Elkton this year."