SHORT GAP- On Thursday evening from William E. Shuck Jr. Memorial field in Short Gap, West Virginia, the Frankfort boys soccer squad defended their home turf in dominating fashion beating the Berkeley Springs Indians 6-2.

The Falcons outhustled and outplayed the Indians in both halves of the game, however in the first half the team played somewhat conservative.
Head Coach Patrick Brett noted the difference of play in the second half,

“I thought our players played hard today but we needed to take more chances in the 1st half of the match. In the second half our guys stepped up and took more chances and that is the way we need to play all the time.” -Frankfort Falcons Head Coach Patrick Brett

Overall the Frankfort Falcons finished with 32 shots on goal while attempting 6 corner kicks.
On the defensive side of the football pitch (soccer field), Frankfort looked good and stood their ground allowing only 6 shots on goal while surrendering just 4 corner kicks throughout the game.

It was apparent early in the second half that the pressure applied by Frankfort had frustrated the Indians to the point of exhaustion as the goaltender and sweeper for Berkeley Springs voiced their disappointment out loud to the referee and any of their coaches that would listen.

The Frankfort offensive attack was led by junior midfielder Ein Clark who found the back of the net twice and his teammate striker Briar Cessna hammered home 2 goals as well.
Also scoring for the Falcons was junior midfielder Devyn Gillespie and freshman midfielder Corey Brieloff.

Next up for the Frankfort Falcons is a home contest on Saturday September 2nd against Southern Garrett at 11:00am.