Soccer Nets 14 Goals in Dominating Shutout of South Mountain
The Yavapai College soccer team defeated South Mountain Community College, 14-0, Saturday night at Ken Lindley Field, the site of the first ever home match for the Roughriders in 1989. The 14 goals tied an all-time record for most home goals in one game. The only other time that the Roughriders scored 14 goals in a match was against Phoenix College in 2005. YC improves their overall season record to 13-2-3 and their conference mark to 11-2-3. The Cougars fall to 1-15-0.
3rd minute – William Baynham assisted by Jose Perez Flores
6th minute – Jose Perez Flores assisted by William Baynham
8th minute – John Kanner assisted by Ziyad Fares
9th minute – Ziyad Fares assisted by William Baynham
20th minute – Jose Flores Perez unassisted
34th minute – Carlo Quesada assisted by William Baynham
35th minute – Johnny Ramirez assisted by William Baynham
39th minute – Carlo Quesada assisted by William Baynham
43rd minute – Jose Perez Flores assisted by Ziyad Fares
47th minute – Angel Lopez assisted by Matthew Jordan
57th minute – Lorenzo Macias unassisted
63rd minute – Angel Lopez assisted by Yves Govina
69th minute – Angel Lujan assisted by Arturo Gomez
89th minute – David Gandara unassisted
It was a combine effort in goal for the ninth clean sheet in 18 matches. Justin Motzkus and Spencer Coffin played 45 minutes each.
In the victory, William Baynham broke a school record for assists in a game with five. The previous record (4) was held by three players: Kenny Fechner vs. Scottsdale Community College in 2001; Pavel Panchenko vs. Chandler-Gilbert Community College in 2007; and Matthew Paine vs. South Mountain Community College in 2012.
YC returns to the pitch on Thursday, October 12th against Gateway Community College at Rose Mofford Sports Complex in Phoenix, the site of the Roughrider’s 2008 National Championship in which they completed a perfect season (26-0-0). In their first meeting, the Green and Gold blanked the Geckos, 4-0. The match will begin at 7:00 PM. Yavapai returns to the friendly confines of Ken Lindley Field on Saturday, October 14th entertaining Mesa Community College beginning at 6:00 PM.