Coblentz & Suddith Help Hagerstown Rout Frederick 6-0
Frederick, Md. - The Hagerstown Community College men's soccer team used three first half goals, followed by three second half goals to rout MDJUCO opponent Frederick C.C., 6-0.
The Hawks dominated play early and received a goal in the 14th minute when sophomore Mamadou Jallow (Gambia, Africa/Thomas Johnson) dished out his team-leading sixth assist on the season to freshman Matt Suddith (Hagerstown, Md./South). Jallow sent a cross in off a corner kick and Suddith volleyed the ball into the back of the net.
Just seven minutes, freshman Bradley Coblentz (Frederick, Md./Middletown) netted his first goal on the afternoon after he received the ball from classmate Fourkoko Chaw (Frederick, Md./Thomas Johnson). Chaw slipped a through ball into the path of Coblentz who tucked the ball away into the far corner of the goal, beating the oncoming keeper.
In the 27th minute, Suddith scored his second goal of the game by playing a quick combination with sophomore Genc Sopa (Kosovo, Europe/Lipian) and then hammering the ball into the net from 8 yards out.
The Hawks extended their lead in the second half when freshman Osman Ramizov (Hagerstown, Md./North) headed the ball down to Chaw, who back heeled the ball into the net since the keeper was already on the ground.
Just four minutes later, freshman Bobby Matusek (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) attacked down the left side of the field and after megging a defender he slipped the ball to Coblentz who finished his second goal of the game and third of the season.
Hagerstown capped off the scoring in the 85th minute when freshman Clayon Layman (Hagerstown, Md./Smithsburg) slipped a ball into Jallow, who was able to finish his chance and give the visitors the 6-0 victory.
Sophomore goalkeeper Chucky Kipe (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) started in net and played 68 minutes, recording four saves, before giving way to teammate Fredy Velasquez (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) who came up with one save in 12 minutes. Brandon Wingfield (Hagerstown, Md./South) finished the remaining 10 minutes and secured the shut-out for the Hawks.
With the win, Hagerstown improves to 12-6-0 overall and 7-4-0 in MDJUCO. The 12 wins is a program record for wins in a season for Hagerstown Community College.