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Soccer - Thirds vs. Brunswick School
Event Type: Regular
Date: September 21, 2011
Event Recap:
Avon opened up the season with a rather inconsistent performance.  We gave up a weak goal off a corner kick, seventeen minutes in, and finished the half down 1 - 0.  We started putting passes together, challenging for loose balls, and generally playing smarter in the second half.  Jeff Stallmeyer scored our first goal, off a goalmouth scramble, assisted by Dante Britiss.  Five more goals followed in quick succession, as we built upon our second half start - Demorais scored the next two (assist to Tae Kim), RJ Previdi (assist to Joon Song), Dante Britiss, and Bosco Marten.

David Szewczul had an outstanding second half playing stopper.  

So, while not a great start (despite what the score might seem to indicate), there were certainly positives upon which we can build in future practices and games…..and the team certainly showed a willingness to watch, listen, and learn today.

Recent Scores:
Wednesday, 10/22/2014
  vs. Loomis Chaffee School
W   |  4-1   |  recap
Tuesday, 10/21/2014
  vs. Avon High School
W   |  3-1   |  recap
Saturday, 10/18/2014
  vs. Westminster School
T   |  1-1   |  recap
Wednesday, 10/15/2014
  vs. Avon High School
L   |  0-1   |  recap
Saturday, 10/11/2014
  vs. Kent School
W   |  6-0
Wednesday, 10/08/2014
  vs. Suffield Academy
W   |  1-0
Saturday, 10/04/2014
  vs. Pomfret School
W   |  3-1
Wednesday, 10/01/2014
  vs. Salisbury School
W   |  8-1
Saturday, 09/27/2014
  vs. Taft School
W   |  1-0
Wednesday, 09/24/2014
  vs. Eaglebrook School
W   |  3-0

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