(Posted September 23, 2004)

Juniata 10, Mount Aloysius 2

Cresson, Pa. ? Sophomore forward Josh Cady (Malvern Prep/Frazer) scored his second career hat-trick to lead the Juniata College men?s soccer team to a convincing 10-2 victory over Mount Aloysius in Cresson Thursday afternoon. The win improved Juniata?s record to 2-5-1.

Cady was one of seven Eagles to score in the game, with all three of his tallies coming in the second half. In the first 45 minutes, Rob Bowser (Dallastown/York) started the scoring with a goal at the 12:54 mark off an assist from Jeff Gehring (Exeter Township/Reading). Four minutes later Kyle Dunn (Central Bucks East/Warrington) scored an unassisted goal to bring the lead to 2-0. Dunn was involved again less than a minute later as he set up Mike Alianiello (Altoona/Altoona) for his first goal of the season. The Eagles went into the half leading 3-0.

Mark Guthridge (DuBois/DuBois) and Nathan Pugh (Shippensburg/Shippensburg) split time in goal in the first half, with each keeper making one save and not allowing a goal.

The floodgates opened in the second half beginning with Cady?s first tally just two minutes into the half. Three more goals would come in the next eight minutes, with two more scores from Cady and one from Rick McLellan (Moon/Lake Forest, Ca.). Gehring assisted on both of Cady?s goals, while Alianiello set-up McLellan.

Mount Aloysius answered with its first goal as Jeremy Herwig beat Tim Penrod (Moravia/Moravia, N.Y.) in the 60th minute off an assist from Andy Clay. Penrod made four saves in 26 minutes in goal. The Eagles quickly answered the goal as Gehring notched his first goal of the match less than a minute later.

Dunn added his second score at the 69-minute mark to make the score 9-1 in favor of Juniata. The Mounties responded again with Clay scoring a goal off an assist from Matt Peters. Juniata again answered back quickly with David Mease (Palmyra/Palmyra) scoring just 38 seconds after the Mount Aloysius goal. Craig Pannone (Wolcott/Wolcott, N.Y.) assisted on Juniata?s final goal of the night.

Scott Millberg (Yough/Sutersville) played the final 19 minutes in goal and made three saves while allowing one goal.

Juniata will play another non-conference tilt on Saturday as Villa Julie comes to Huntingdon.


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