By John Lachmann
Senior forward Tyrus Sciarra set Ryle’s all-time goal record in a 10-0 win over Campbell County on Tuesday.
Sciarra netted his 64th career goal by beating the Camels’ goalkeeper 1-on-1 after taking a feed from the left wing to make it 3-0.
Sciarra broke Raiders 1994 graduate Steve Wetter’s record of 63.
Ryle senior striker Ernesto Muro scored three goals to record his first hat trick of the season, and junior midfielder Austin Hamrick added a pair of tallies.
HALFTIME: 8-0. GOALS: R—Muro 3, Hamrick 2, Sciarra, Rich, El Gussain, Jordan, own goal. SHUTOUT: Butler and Reno (2 saves). RECORDS: Ryle 14-4-1, Campbell County 0-13-1.
CONNER 2, VILLA MADONNA 1 – Junior forward Alberto Aguirre scored with three minutes remaining to lift the Cougars.
Aguirre took a feed from senior midfielder Jake Fraiture and buried it in the corner.
Aguirre also scored off a feed from Fraiture in the first half to give Conner the early lead, but Blue Lightning senior forward Marius VanMelle tied the match in the second half.
HALFTIME: Conner, 1-0. GOALS: C—Aguirre 2. VM—VanMelle. RECORDS: Conner 12-4-1, Villa Madonna 8-8-1.
BOONE COUNTY 1, BROSSART 1 – Junior Evan O’Hara scored in the opening minutes of the second half as the Rebels salvaged the tie.
O’Hara evened the score off a crossing pass from senior midfielder Rian Ait Salih as the Mustangs had their 12-match winning streak snapped.
Senior forward Jordan Frommeyer gave Brossart – which had won 17 of its first 18 matches – the lead early in the first half.
HALFTIME: Brossart, 1-0. GOALS: BC—O’Hara. BR—Frommeyer. RECORDS: Boone County 13-3-3, Brossart 17-1-1.
SIMON KENTON 3, COOPER 1 – Pioneers junior midfielder Cory Knaley scored both second-half goals off of headers and he assisted on their first-half goal.
Knaley fed senior midfielder Mitchell O’Hara for Simon Kenton’s first goal 18 minutes into the match.
After Jaguars sophomore midfielder Chris O’Brien tied the score early in the second half, Knaley put Simon recorded goals 12 minutes apart off a corner kick and a throw-in.
HALFTIME: Simon Kenton, 1-0. GOALS: SK—Knaley 2, O’Hara. C—O’Brien. RECORDS: Simon Kenton 10-6-2, Cooper 8-8.
SCOTT 3, NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 1 – Eagles sophomore forward Luke Treadway scored his 28th and 29th goals of the season as the Eagles jumped out to a three-goal lead in the opening half.
Treadway put Scott ahead early and made it a 3-0 lead late in the first half. Senior forward Jacob Trusty also potted a first-half tally for the Eagles.
Scott sophomore midfielder Blake Schneider added two assists.
HALFTIME: 3-0. GOALS: S—Treadway 2, Trusty. NCC—Hanneken. RECORDS: Scott 10-10, NewCath 3-8-5.
COVINGTON CATHOLIC 3, DIXIE HEIGHTS 0 – Senior midfielder Nick Wessels scored all three Colonels goals.
Wessels, who recorded his second hat trick of the season, has netted 18 goals this season.
Sophomore Zach Stetter turned three shots aside to earn his seventh shutout of the year for CovCath, which has won five of its last six match and allowed just two goals in that span.
HALFTIME: 0-0. GOALS: CC—N. Wessels 3. SHUTOUT: Stetter (3 saves). RECORDS: CovCath 12-5-2, Dixie Heights 3-12-4.
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