Announcements and Important Events
The Boiling Springs Boys Soccer team used two second half goals to defeat Camp Hill by a score 2-1 on Wednesday, October 19. The Bubblers won their second game in as many days to improve to 11-5-1 this season.
Play was even throughout the majority of the first half, with neither team creating scoring chances. The Bubblers looked to have captured the lead when off a throw-in Caleb Wasielewski headed a ball into the back of the net, but the play was called back. The game was scoreless at the half.
The Bubblers quickly captured momentum in the second half. Three minutes into the half Boiling Springs earned a free kick from just outside of the 18-yard box, Matthew Furlong stepped up to take the kick. Furlong rocketed a shot toward the goal that bounced away from the Lions goalie and into the back of the net to give the Bubblers a 1-0 lead. The Lions pushed the attack, trying to find an equalizer creating an opportunity for the Bubblers to counterattack. Wasielewski found space behind the Lions’ Midfield, drawing defenders. He slid a pass over to Tristian Seiber and Seiber hammered a shot in the back of the net for the second goal of the game.
The Lions immediately responded, scoring two minutes later to pull back within a goal. The Bubblers tighten up their defense, preventing the Lions from creating any quality scoring chances, securing the victory.
Boiling Springs will conclude their regular season when they host Greencastle on Thursday, October 20 at 7:00 p.m. Before the game the Bubblers will honor the senior members of the team.