Saints Men Drop Final Game at Home

Saints Men Drop Final Game at Home

In less than ideal conditions, the Saints men showed a spirited effort in their final home game of the season falling to Jamestown CC 8-2. 

With only 11 active players and losing 2 to injury during the game, the Saints men never quit and showed signs of progress throughout the game. 

Keith Vivlamore connected for the Saints first goal on a direct kick from 30 yards out. 

"It was nice to see Keith rewarded for his efforts all season today." said Head Coach Kent Egglefield. "He's our captain and he's done more than most will ever truly know both on and off the field to ensure we had a team to compete this season." 

Kason Short converted a cross into the box from Devin Meachem in the second stanza for the Saints second goal. 

"That was both Kason and Devin's best game of the year... they worked their tails off today.", stated Egglefield.

John Miller played an outstanding game in net for the Saints turning aside 22 shots. 

"I don't care what our scores say, but John has been fantastic all year. He really faced a ton of shots all season but never gave in and always kept positive and smiling."

"If today was our last game of the season, I am proud of the effort they put forward. It was nice to see them show signs of coming together finally. Keith, Kason, John, Devin, Rijad (Cecunjanin), Will (Anderson), Sebastian (Smith), Trevor (Knapp), Logan (Dupuis), Justin (Duprey), and Martin (Toder) all deserve credit for showing up game by game no matter the outcome. And showing up was the most important goal for this season. We will be loaded and ready for next fall."