UCT Boys’ Soccer vs Abington — October 15, 2019

The UCT boys’ soccer team clashed with Abington in a nonleague game, but fell 3-1, on Tuesday.

Junior goaltender Blake Martin made 11 saves, as he was under duress for most of the afternoon, but the Green Wave washed the Rams boys’ soccer team away in a non-conference contest.

Hosting Abington on Tuesday, October 15, UCT gave up two second-half goals to the visitors as the Rams lost their seventh game of the season, 3-1.

The Green Wave broke a scoreless tie early in the first half, after combining pressure with possession on offense to take the 1-0 lead. That, however, wouldn’t last for long. Roughly six minutes after Abington jumped out in front, UCT sophomore Will Webber took control of the ball just over midfield, dribbled twice before unleashing a rocket of shot from is right foot. The ball sailed by the Green Wave goalie to knot the game at one apiece as Webber’s tally came from roughly 30 yards outs.

Senior Noah Tetrault assisted on the goal. This was a makeup game from October 7, that was washed out due to rain. It was an improvement from when these two teams first clashed in Abington, where the Green Wave scored a 3-0 shutout win on September 10.

UCT (3-7-3, 3-2-2 MAC-Small) goes across the the Bourne rotary to meet the Canalmen in a non-conference match on Monday, October 21 at 5:30 PM. On the first game of the season, the Rams worked a scoreless draw against their in-town rival on September 4.

A pair of goals from senior Taylor Charlton powered the Rams girls’ soccer team to road Mayflower Athletic Conference Small Division road win.

Visiting the Chieftains in Dighton on Wednesday, October 16, Charlton’s tallies put UCT out in front, 2-0, as her team pulled out a 3-0 victory.

Sophomore Katelyn Tokarz assisted on Charlton’s first while sophomore Heather Cormier set up the second goal. Sophomore Delilah Barton capped the scoring for the Rams as she finished off a pass from freshman Mya Lewis.

In the win, the Rams earned the regular season sweep of Bristol Aggie. On September 18, UCT scored a 5-0 home win against the Chieftains.

UCT (7-4-3, 5-1 MAC-Small) hosts Westport on Friday, October 18 at 5:30 PM. Previously on September 16, the two teams played to a scoreless draw on the Wildcats home turf.

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