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Missouri S&T Miners 1-1 (0-0 GLVC)

The Miners picked up their first win of the season on Friday at home when they defeated a strong Ouachita Baptist team 2-1 in overtime.

S&T led in the first half thanks to a goal from Bertram Gjelfort at 29:54 to give them a 1-0 lead they would keep into halftime. Ouachitas Jakob Cuellar tied the game up at the 88:54 mark late in the matchup. Then Paal Benum was assisted by Joe Mueller just a few minutes into the extra time to give the Miners the 2-1 victory.

The Miners once again played in Rolla on Sunday against the Northeastern State Riverhawks. They were unable to hold on at the end of the game and fell 1-3 in the match.

Aaron Ugbah from NSU was assisted by Tom Sinhgolden at 16:15 to give them a 1-0 lead. The Riverhawks struck again as Ameer Madden was assisted by Ugbah at the 25:33 mark to give NSU a 2-0 halftime lead.

The Miners picked up a goal from Tyler Sivadon, which was assisted by Sigburd Semlitsch and Shane Cairns to make it a 1-score game with 15 minutes left in the match. As time was running out the Riverhawks Matthew Corness hit the final goal of the game to give NSU the 3-1 victory.

The Miners next game will be on the road in St. Louis against Maryville at 2:30 p.m. in Great Lakes Valley action.

Missouri S&T Lady Miners 0-1-1 (0-0 GLVC)

The womens team began its season with two road games. The first game was in Mississippi on Friday at Delta State where the game resulted in a 1-1 tie. The game was close in the first half as neither team scored, but each had multiple saves from their goalies.

S&T’s Peyton Carter placed the Lady Miners first point on the board as she was assisted by Chayse Richardson at the 67:24 mark. DSU struck back though as Anoucke Baas scored on a penalty kick to tie the game. Neither team scored after the two overtime periods.

The Lady Miners second game on Sunday was in Memphis, Tenn., where they faced a strong Christian Brother team. CBU’s Hannah Ward scored the first goal of the game at 5:04 to put the first mark on the board. Just four minutes later, Jess Haller would be assisted by Kayla Foster to tie the game as 1 each to go into the half.

Ward added a second goal for CBU to give them the 2-1 win over the Lady Miners.

The Lady Miners will travel to St. Louis to face Maryville at noon this Sunday to open the GLVC Play.

Rolla Bulldogs 2-0 (0-0 OC)

The Rolla Bulldogs improved their undefeated record as they shut out Warrenton 8-0 in the first round of the Pacific Tournament over the weekend.

The Bulldogs had goals scored by Mohamad Alamaldien, Evan Colench, Noah Hatfield, Erique Cezar and Mostafah Elgawady. Evan Moore shot a hat trick with his three goals in the contest.

The Rolla scorers were assisted by Quincy Cummings, Lane Mabe, Moore, Cezar and Alamaldien with one each. Gabe Stanislawski had two assists in the win. Both Josiah Homan and Ben Fisher split time in goal during the shutout win.

“Probably wasn’t the best game we have ever played but gives us the opportunity to see where we stand against a great Eureka team,” Rolla coach Mike Howard said.

The next challenge will be against Eureka in the semifinal round on Wednesday at 5:45 p.m.

Waynesville Tigers (1-2) (1-1 OC)

The Tigers were 1-1 last week as they face two Ozark Conference teams at home. The first game on Tuesday was a 9-2 win over the Hillcrest Hornets. The Tigers then fell to a tough Springfield Central team 0-1.

“Central played a nice defensive game maintaining a clean sheet and scoring the only goal of the game in the first half. The varsity squad looked in control through much of the match, but struggled to find their scoring touch as several starters went down with injuries,” Waynesville coach Mike Armstrong said.

The Tigers had their opportunities.

“Quality opportunities were created from the outside midfielder Riley Clemons as he continues to have a strong start to the season. Defensively, goalie Isaac Swanson ensured Central only scored one goal despite several quality breakaways,” Armstrong noted. “Caleb Garcia had a solid second half after moving to the center back role.”

The Tigers will host the Willard Tiger this Thursday at Anderson Field by East Elementary around 7 p.m. after the junior varsity game.