CONCORDIA, Kan. - Looking to rebound from a pair of season-opening defeats, the Cloud County Community College men's soccer team would score four goals in the opening 45 minutes of action and add three more in the second half to win by a final of 7-0 over the York College JV squad at the Cloud County Soccer Field on Wednesday, August 28th.
CCCC is 1-2-0 on the year through the first three games of the season and will have one more non-conference match before opening up Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference play next week.
Jelldrik Dallmann would prove to be a key component in the seven-goal output for the T-Birds as the freshman forward would assist on the first three goals of the contest to put Cloud County up 3-0 in the opening 26 minutes. Lucas Lyra would get the scoring started with a goal in the 12th minute and would be followed up three minutes later on a goal by Heitor Morira. Felipe D'Agostini would also be the beneficiary of an Dallmann assist in the 26th minute as the T-Birds would also see Yves Oliveira find the back of the net off a pass from Lucas Castro in the 44th minute to make the score 4-0 at the half.
In the second half, Lyra would return the favor to Dallman who would score a goal in the 64th minute as the game would never be in doubt in the second half. Late goals by Thomas Santos (88th minute) and Oliveira (89th minute) would add to the scoring output as the seven goals would come on 35 shots. CCCC would limit York College JV to just two shots in the contest, with neither shot forcing a save from Igor Silva who earned his first victory of the year. The T-Birds would earn eight corner kicks in the match while conceding just two while limiting their fouls to just nine.
Another home match is in store for Cloud County as the T-Birds will return to action on Sunday, September 1st at 2 p.m. against the Bethel College JV team. The matchup will be the first of two contests between the two teams this season as CCCC will conclude their regular season with a matchup on Sunday, October 20th in North Newton, Kansas.