Baylor Wins Two More In Soccer Tournament

Saturday, March 15, 2014

The Baylor soccer team closed out it's own invitational soccer tournament with two wins on Saturday. 

Baylor played Collinsville Saturday morning and won 5-0. Goals were scored by Colin Brewer, Irfan Dewji, Sascha Salazar, and George Pettway.  Assist were Austin Rehm (2), Robert Stagmaier, Justin Garrett, and Irfan Dewji.

Baylor out shot Collinsville 15-2.

Baylor's Colin Brewer and Cannon Kelly had two saves.

Baylor then hosted Bob Jones (Al) in the last game Saturday afternoon.
  Robert Stagmaier scored in the 12th minute off an assist from Austin Maize to lead their team to a 1-0 win.

"I was proud of our team to play so many games this weekend and not give up a goal all weekend,"  Said head coach Curtis Blair.  "We have been spent the past couple of weeks on defending and still have areas to improve. It is a process and we are taking one day at a time."

Outstanding players this weekend: Colin Brewer (GK), Tim Linke, Tomas Arciniega, Alex Tyler, Sam Stewart.

Record- Baylor 4-1

Saturday Baylor tournament scores:

McCallie-0 vs SE Whitfield -1
CPA-0 vs Huntsville -0
Bob Jones-3 vs Knox Catholic-2
ND-6 vs Collinsville-0
Fort Payne-6 vs East Hamilton -2
Knoxville Catholic-0 vs Signal Mtn- 5
McCallie-0 vs Huntsville-1

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