Tigers Soccer

Ayden Cole pushes the ball downfield in their loss to Wellsboro last week.

The Galeton Tigers traveled to Wellsboro for a tough matchup against the Hornets on Tuesday, Oct. 8 and fell short 10-1 on the night. The Tigers scored quickly within the opening minutes of the game by Jake Cochran to give them an early lead that they couldn’t hold on to. The Hornets scored ten goals in the remainder of the game to give them a 10-1 lead to end the game.

The Tigers desperately needed to right the ship in their next contest, as they traveled to Northern Potter in the midst of a five-game skid against a few extremely tough teams including Wellsboro twice and Troy once.

Galeton was able to come up with a huge victory of 7-3 with one of their best offensive explosions of the season so far. Joseph Brumbach led the charge for the Tigers scoring three goals in a hat trick to go along with an assist for the Galeton team.

Cochran also contributed two goals and an assist in the effort and Noah Schutt and Levi Evans both pitched in a goal to round up their scoring of seven goals. Galeton was able to control the pace of the game and pressure the Northern Potter team, tallying 20 shots on goal and converting on more than a third of those opportunities.

In their next contest, Galeton continued their strong play, and took home a second straight win against the Williamson Warrior squad on the road.

Jake Cochran continued his sound play adding another two goals in the contest. Joseph Brumbach was able to pitch in another goal to give the Galeton Tigers a 3-0 shutout victory.

The Tigers were able to get themselves out of a tough stretch of schedule and have two games remaining this season. They face North Penn-Liberty and Athens with one of the final two games on the road.

The Tigers currently sit at 6-10 and will attempt to finish their season on a high note.