BOYS SOCCER:  Rochester, Oxford roll to district shutouts

| October 17, 2017 | Comments (0)



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WATERFORD — Rochester is hitting its stride.

The 10th-ranked Falcons, who reached the Division 1 state semifinals last season, captured their sixth straight win Monday night in a 5-0 pre-district victory over host Waterford Mott.

Rochester has outscored its final six opponents 25-1 and are 9-1-1 over its final 11 games, where the Falcons own a 34-3 scoring edge.

John Agoubi finished with two goals and an assist to pace Rochester (13-2-3), while Luciano Erracande added two goals and two assists and Sid Osborne also scored.

Luke Kastran made three saves for his third straight shutout and 10th overall — the Falcons’ seventh clean sheet in their last nine games.

Rochester has outscored the opposition 47-10 this season.

OXFORD 6, WATERFORD KETTERING 0: Wins were hard to come by for Oxford during the regular season.

The youthful Wildcats took out their frustrations on the Captains.

Senior Mitch Morawski netted a hat trick and Oxford advanced to the district semifinals Wednesday with this shutout of Kettering.

Sophomore Chris Esccalante added a goal and three assists and sophomore Nicholas Morawski added two goals.

Freshman goalkeeper Tristan Bennett recorded the shutout on four saves for Oxford (5-10-3), which has won three of its last four ballgames.


PONTIAC 3, ARMADA 2: Pontiac advanced to Wednesday’s D-2 district semifinals with this narrow home win Monday.

Jose Bererra scored twice for Pontiac (11-5-0).


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