Baylor Soccer Rallies To Win At Pope John Paul II
Thursday, March 21, 2013
The Baylor boys soccer team to traveled to Nashville on Thursday for a region soccer game at Pope John Paul II. Baylor rallied from two goals down to win 3-2.
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Elijah Vaughn(JPII)scored off an assist from Griffin Smith in the 9th minute.
Griffin Smith scored at the 31st minute to put JPII up 2-0.
It was 2-0 at a half.
Robert Stagmaier gave Baylor their first goal off an assist from Kyle Johnson in the 46th minute.
Stagmaier scored again at the 57th minute to tie it 1-1.
Ramsey Seagle scored at the 71st minute off an assist from Kyle Johnston to give Baylor the lead.
"It was a great road win," Baylor head coach Curtis Blair said. "We did no play very well at the start but we played much better in the second half. I am proud that we were down 2-0 and came back. We need the rest and can't wait for the break. That was a huge region road win."
Baylor (Colin Brewer and Cannon Kelly)-2
JPII (Matthew Nelson)- 6