Central, SC - Southern Wesleyan fell to the Young Harris Mountain Lions on Saturday evening in a 5-0 final score.
The Warriors recorded two shots and one shot on goal in the loss. Malik Ibrahim and Jacob Cashour were both credited with shots, with Cashour having the lone shot on goal. Miguel Uribe contributed with eight saves over the ninety minutes of playing time.
Final: Young Harris 5, Southern Wesleyan 0
Records: Southern Wesleyan (0-2) Young Harris (2-0)
Coach Bireline says...
"We always attempt to put together a challenging early seasons schedule. We are making steps each day and showing signs of the team we can become. Credit to Young Harris, they have an opportunity to be another quality team this season."
How It Happened
The Mountain Lions attacked quickly in the game against the Warriors with shots by Seba Andreassen and James Thomas. The Warriors defense stood up to the Mountain Lions offense. Despite the strong defense, Seba Andreassen scored the first goal, and then minutes later they took a 2-0 lea on a goal from Mikie Rowe.
Going into the second half, Warriors' pressure, but they could not find the net. Jacob Cashour snuck the ball around the defense, but Alex Iglesias kept the ball away from finding the net. Young Harris continued to push their led to 5-0 to win the game.
Southern Wesleyan will next travel to Francis Marion to take on the Patriots at 7:30 p.m. They will then return to Child's Field to open up Conference Carolinas action as they take on the Lees-McRae Bobcats at 5:30 p.m.