O’Neal Middle School Boys Soccer are Repeat Champs

O'Neal played a fantastic championship game on October 10th to defeat St. John Paul 1-0 and repeat as SEMSAC Champions.  After O'Neal moved the ball into St. John Paul's half early in the game, Parker Anderson fought through two different challenges in front of the goal to give the Falcons the early lead, one that they would never relinquish.  The entire team was quick to 50-50 balls and held St. John Paul to mostly shots from distance.  Spencer Lincicome came up big in goal for O'Neal, confidently handling a dozen shots and helping to anchor O'Neal's defensive effort.  It was a great overall performance that showcased how hard the boys had worked this season and their terrific progress.
Team members are: William Martin, Max Pashley, William Lincicome, Harrison Franklin, Julien Mazzarulli, Caner Baki, Kenan Van Scoyoc, Luca Pusser, Dakota Bender, David White, Robert Corcoran, Graham Webb, Penry Morris, Jack Habets, Parker Anderson, Jacob Graham, Taylor Graves, Davis Lincicome, Neel Persad, Henry Neville, Carson Pusser, Christian Ambersley, Bradley Boyd, Robert Everts, Thomas Garrett, Maximus Houston, Tristan King, Clark McIntyre, Malcolm McIntyre, Jacob Sager, Griffin Smith, and Jason Weis.
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Southern Pines, NC 28387

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