WARREN, Pa. – Jack Darling and Parks Ordiway combined for five goals as Warren defeated Eisenhower, 6-0, at War Memorial Field on Tuesday.
Darling had three goals and an assist, while Ordiway had two goals and three assists to pace the Dragons’ offense. Mark Lynds had a goal and Logan Crissey and Finn Ordiway each tallied an assist in the win.
Will Nebinski stopped six shots for his eighth shutout, with Jack Lynds closing out the final 15 minutes of the match in net.
Both Nebinski and Eisenhower’s Case Seymour stopped a penalty kick in the match.
“Ethan Best, (Corban) Reinard, (Dakota) Sliter, Lynds, and (Quinn) Norris, combined for 64 tackles and held the Knights to limited opportunities in the match even with talented Ike forward Logan Deignan pressing,” Warren assistant coach Chris Darling said.
“It’s nice to see talented soccer players from the county play in a spirited match and leave it on the field but smile and talk when it’s over,” Warren coach Denny Flatt said.
Warren closes out the regular season at home Thursday against Titusville, while Eisenhower travels to Oil City for its final regular season match.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated. An earlier version of the story incorrectly reported both Warren keepers as having stopped a penalty kick.