Ohio Wesleyan vs. Wooster
March 20, 2010
|Chaz Narwicz||(5, 1)|
|Gavin Cunningham||(3, 0)|
|Craig Aronoff||(2, 0)|
|Rob Young||(2, 0)|
|Andy Princehorn||(0, 1)|
|Alex Razzolini||(0, 1)|
|Robb Shrader||(1, 0)|
|Aj Pellis||(0, 1)|
|Jud Hall||9 (0.750)|
|Stephen Ford||1 (1.000)|
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|Pat Coyne||(1, 1)|
|Alex Mies||(1, 1)|
|Eric Johnson||(1, 0)|
|Corey Mcgann||13 (0.500)|
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|The Game Story:|
|Senior attacker Chaz Narwicz (Yardley, Pa./Holy Ghost Prep) rang up 4 first-half goals, and the Battling Bishop defense blanked Wooster during the second half as 20th-ranked Ohio Wesleyan defeated Wooster in the North Coast Athletic Conference opener for both teams on Saturday at Selby Field.|
Wooster's Pat Coyne gave the visitors the lead with a goal just over a minute into the game, after Narwicz scored to even matters at 1-1, Coyne found Alex Mies for a man-up score that put the Fighting Scots ahead, 2-1.
Senior attacker Gavin Cunningham (Rye, N.Y.) turned the tide with a man-down goal midway through the first period, tying the game at 2-2.
Sophomore attacker A.J. Pellis (Edmonton, Alberta/St. Francis Xavier) then circled the crease and shoveled the ball inside to Narwicz, who scooped it into the Wooster goal to put Ohio Wesleyan ahead to stay. Narwicz added a goal early in the second quarter to give the Bishops a 4-2 lead.
Wooster closed to within 4-3 on Eric Johnson's goal just over a minute later, but Narwicz answered with another score for a 5-3 Ohio Wesleyan lead at the intermission.
Cunningham and Narwicz added goals in the opening minutes of the third quarter to extend the Bishop lead, and Ohio Wesleyan tacked on scores by senior attacker Rob Young (Langhorne, Pa./Council Rock South) and senior midfielder Craig Aronoff (Potomac, Md./The Bullis School) just 45 seconds apart to stretch the margin to 9-3.
Senior midfielder Robb Shrader (Worthington/Thomas Worthington) and Aronoff added goals during the final moments of the period, wrapping up the Bishops' 6-0 advantage in the quarter, and Ohio Wesleyan finished off the scoring with goals by Young and Cunningham during the fourth period.
Narwicz led the Bishops with 5 goals and an assist. Cunningham added 3 goals, and Young and Aronoff had 2 goals apiece.
Junior Jud Hall (Columbus/Upper Arlington) recorded 9 saves in the Ohio Wesleyan crease, with 7 of those coming during the second quarter to preserve a narrow Bishop lead. Freshman Stephen Ford (Worthington/Thomas Worthington) came on in the fourth quarter and made 1 save.
Mies and Coyne each contributed a goal and an assist for Wooster.
Corey McGann had 13 saves for the Fighting Scots.