CLASS C BOYS SOCCER: SETON ADVANCES TO FIRST STATE SEMIFINAL SINCE 2000
Broome County Sports Report
The magical season for the Seton Catholic boys soccer team continued on Saturday with the Saints overcoming the absence of two starters advancing to the Class C state semifinals.
Seton took down Fabius Pompey 1-0, extending its longest postseason run since 2000.
George Phillips scored the winning goal for the Saints with John Ricci contributing the assist. Ben Moyer saved six shots.
"It was a very physical game," Seton head coach Alex Walsh said. "The boys played well for 80 minutes and got rewarded with a win. I’m very proud of them."
Walsh also also remarked on the importance of the victory and the team's run this season.
"It’s a big accomplishment for us as a team and the Seton community."
Seton will face Elba/Byron-Bergen of Section V in the semifinal match next Saturday. The winner will play in Sunday's state championship game.
PHOTO BY ANDY YOUNG
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