The ESU Warrior’s Men’s Soccer Team faced Chestnut Hill University on Tuesday night. Eddie Enowbi had his game face on before the start.
Knowbi scored the first goal early in the contest.
Brandon Levano scored another goal not long afterward to take the Warriors up two goals.
The Warriors kept the Chestnut Hill defense and goalie busy much of the evening. The Warriors won the game 6-2.
A Saturday afternoon matchup featured East Stroudsburg South at Pocono Mountain West. The first half was a close one. Each team was making successful offensive plays.
East Stroudsburg South’s Nyree Ford-Cherry tripped up Kaleb Monaco to prevent a touchdown and the half ended with a one possession difference (21-14) in the score.
East Stroudsburg South came out to play in the 3rd quarter and started manufacturing some impressive drives. They took control of the game.
Pocono Mountain West did not give up. They kept playing hard. In the photo above, Adrian Salas-Viruet kept running after losing his helmet on an offensive play for positive yardage.
The final score was South 49 – West 21.
The Pleasant Valley Bears traveled to Allentown for a matchup against Allen High School on a cloudy and damp Friday night. The lights shone on the field, the bands were playing, and the atmosphere was definitely Friday Night Football!
Allen started early and scored a touchdown. The Bears kept fighting and running the ball against the Canaries’ defense.
Some mistakes and penalties took their toll, but the Bears kept fighting and running.
The score at halftime was 13-7 in favor of the Canaries.
Allen received the second-half kickoff because of their deferment at the coin toss before the game began. They marched down the field on the opening series of the second-half and, with the help of a pass interference penalty, scored a touchdown again.
The Bears did not give up and with time winding down, scored another touchdown at the end of the game. The final was: Bears 14, Canaries 33.
Opening day for women’s soccer was a hot, no, very hot day. The Warriors took the field at 4:00pm against the Rams as the sun beat down.
Both teams played to a stalemate in the first half.
The teams took the field again after a much needed break for halftime. Then it was game on!
The Rams scored the first goal, but the Warriors responded not long afterward with a goal of their own!
The game went back and forth; up and down the field.
Both teams put the ball on goal.
But the ball just would not go in.
The final was a 1-1 tie.
High School teams all across the country are taking the field under the lights to compete in football competition. There is nothing quite like the atmosphere of Friday night football!
I was on the sidelines this past Friday night to cover two local games. You can see more of the photos from these games here: