Boys soccer: Antioch wins on Senior Night

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 10/7/2019 9:35 PM

Adam Lynn had a goal and an assist, and Antioch's boys soccer team celebrated Senior Night by edging Marian Central 3-2 in nonconference action Monday.

Merrick Foote and Brock Jurinek also scored for the Sequoits (10-7), who played their final home game of the season. Lukas Gutke had an assist.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"We played a very solid game all around," Antioch coach Mike McDermott said. "We controlled the ball for a majority of the game and were just working on playing it wide all night, which has been something we have been working on in practice, so it was good to see us use it in a game. Tremendous defense from Trevor Niznik and Evan Vasquez helped clean up the back end, as (Marian Central) scored both goals off free kicks."

Lakes 3, Deerfield 2: Evan Larsen scored his 12th and 13th goals of the season for the visiting Eagles in their nonconference win.

Matt Runyard also scored for Lakes (7-5-1), while Cyrus Daruwala had 2 assists. Dan Djenadic had an assist as well.

"Both teams played some high-action, spirited soccer that saw three goals come off corner kicks," Lakes coach Kevin Kullby said. "An evenly matched game that we were lucky to come out on top with a goal late in the game to get the win."

Maine East 2, Vernon Hills 1: Valdemar Nambo scored off an assist from Matthew Quandt for the visiting Cougars in their Central Suburban League North Division loss.

Vernon Hills fell to 6-8-2 and 2-2-1.

"The past two games we have struggled to bring the same energy as last week," Cougars coach Mile McCaulou said. "Playing on a small field did not help us, but the outside midfielders for Maine East hurt us. We are disappointed as we had a chance to share the conference title, but we will regroup for the final few games and playoffs."

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