More big wins for Taylor County Youth Soccer league teams

TAYLOR COUNTY— During week two of the season, several Taylor County Youth Soccer (TCYS) teams recorded multiple wins.

On April 11, Taylor County Storm took a commanding 10-0 victory over Marion. Goals for the Storm were scored by Tyson Lowry (3), Braydon Taylor (2), Colin McCarthy, Liam Mouse, Sawyer Stallings, Dylan Stead and Noah Blue.

Also in action on April 11, the Matrix were able to add to their winning record, defeating Lewis County-Brown, with a 5-0 shutout. Kaige Andrews, Kamden Hulley, Noah Foley and Drew Moore each contributed a goal, while an own goal was scored on a corner kick by Charlie Halfin. 

The following day, April 12, saw three TCYS teams hit the field. 

The Taylor County Sting Ray’s put on a scoring frenzy in their contest with Marion County Soccer Club’s Creamer, connecting for 23 goals, and recording the win.  

Ella Moore and Eliza Gouzd led the Sting Rays with four goals each, while Adree Wiles and, Jenna Smith added three, Lexi Mlinarcik and Summer McCauley recorded two each and Avery Alexander, Kayleigh Weaver, Lylah, Weaver, Ellie Bolyard and Kenlee Fowler were each credited with one. 

The Taylor County Strikers, coached by Doug Kirkpatrick, represented the TCYS league in play for the U12 girls with a 5-0 victory over Clarksburg. Goals for the Strikers were scored by Emeri Duckworth (4) and Kendall Frey.

Rounding out play for the day, the Storm would face off with a team from Barbour County. In a true battle, the Storm would pull out the narrow 3-2 win. Liam Mouse, Braylon Shaw and Branson Collins are credited with the team’s goals.

Then, on Thursday, April 14, the Sting Rays were back on the field, this time against Marion County Soccer Club’s Cochran. With goals by Kayleigh Weaver (4), Wiles (2), Mlinarcik (2), Gouzd (1), the Rays recorded a 9-2 win, to maintain their perfect record. 

 The Matrix also added another win, last Thursday. 

During action against Lewis County-Varah, the Matrix’s Brayden Bailey would score the games lone goal, giving the Taylor County team the victory. 


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