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Soccer Goes the Distance with William Peace

Hunter Weiland
Hunter Weiland

Hampden-Sydney Soccer had to settle for a 2-2 draw with William Peace after neither team was able to pull ahead after 110 minutes of action. The game was delayed by 20 minutes due to lightning in the area. 

THE BASICS

HOW IT HAPPENED

  • William Peace came within inches of drawing the game's first goal in the 22nd minute but Aaron Latigue's shot hit off the crossbar.
  • Jacob Woodburn rebounded a saved shot in the 40th minute and put it in the back of the net to put the Pacers up 1-0
  • Liam Mowers nearly tied the game at 42:54 but his header went off the crossbar
  • William Peace's Jose Aguilar provided the visitors with a 2-0 lead when he beat his defender and fired off a shot just inside the right post at 51:17
  • Just over three minutes later, Paul Mahaffy turned a Spell Carr crossing pass into a goal at 54:36
  • Hunter Weiland tied the game at 82:31 as he shot from over 35 yards out and found the bottom of the back left post.
  • With the game knotted at 2-2 after 90 minutes on a hot night, fatigue started to become a factor as neither team was able to manage any decent scoring chances in the first 10-minute overtime
  • At 101:32 was the last good scoring chance for either team as Cody Brugos shot a left-footed chip shot from over 20 yards out towards the top right 90, but the William Peace goalkeeper managed to tip it over the crossbar

TIGER TOP PERFORMERS

FOR THE FOES

  • Jacob Woodburn and Jorge Aguilar both scored once
  • Aguilar led the team in shots with five
  • Jacob Smith made four saves

STATS OF THE GAME

  • Hampden-Sydney outshot William Peace 14-11 with a 6-4 edge in shots on goal
  • The Tigers drew six corner kicks to the Pacers two

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