CRETE, Neb. – Staking a six-goal first half lead, the Cloud County Community College men's soccer team would cruise to a 14-1 road victory over the Doane University JV team in non-conference action in Crete, Nebraska on Wednesday, September 26th.
The victory moves the T-Birds to 6-4 overall which includes a 3-2 mark in non-conference play with one more non-conference match yet to be played in their season finale.
It would take all of two minutes for Cloud County to get on the board as Djougher Oliveira would put CCCC on the board with a goal followed by Jelldrik Dallmann just three minutes later to put the T-Birds up 2-0 five minutes into the game. Doane would respond with a goal in the 15th minute off a corner kick to cut the Cloud County lead in half, but it would be Oliveira who would respond with a goal in the 19th minute to put the lead back at two.
Felipe D'Agostini would manage to score two of the next three goals for the T-Birds, striking in the 20th and 26th minutes while Dallmann would add his second goal of the contest in the 21st minute as CCCC would take a 6-1 lead. Shaqon Bryan would cap off the first half scoring with a goal in the 33rd minute as the score would see Cloud County take a 7-1 lead into halftime.
Out of the break, Dallmann would complete a hat trick with his third goal of the contest in the 51st minute before adding his fourth goal of the match in the 57th minute. With the score sitting at 9-1 in favor of Cloud County, Leonardo Velazco would score a goal to put the T-birds in double digits with just over 30 minutes left in the game. The final four goals of the contest would be scored by Pedro Martinelli, with Keegan Goracke-Johnson assisting on two of the four goals.
Cloud County would put up a total of 41 shots in the contest, while holding the Tigers to just eight shots and one corner kick. Getting the start in net for the T-Birds would be Heath Williams as the freshman would earn his first career win while Igor Silva would play the final 45 minutes of the contest and make one save.
Cloud County will be at home for the first time in two weeks to host Hesston College in Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference action on Saturday, September 28th. The game, which will be played at Harold M. Clark Stadium, is set for a 3 p.m. kickoff.