Men’s Soccer: Potomac State battles Prince George to draw

Eberly save
Potomac State Goalie Connor Eberly posts one of his five saves during Potomac State's 0-0 tie with Prince George's on Sunday at Keyser High School.  Photo by Raymond Burner

Potomac State goalie Connor Eberly posted his second shutout in as many days as the Catamounts battled Prince George’s to a
0-0 draw Sunday afternoon at Keyser High School.

Eberly, who was in goal for Saturday’s 4-0 win at Allegany, made four saves Sunday. Reynero Pacheco, of Prince George’s, also earned a shutout and had five saves, including one exceptional one that kept the game scoreless in the early going.

“Pacheco had a great save 21 minutes into the game on a Chris Ranker ball in the upper left corner,’’ said Potomac State coach Ray Kiddy. “It was the best shot of the day and he came up with a great save.”

Stopper Matt Tice and midfielder Shaquille Giuseppe were cited for outstanding defensive play for the Catamounts, who remained unbeaten at 3-0-1. Prince George’s is now 6-2-1.

The Owls led in shots 10-7 and the Catamounts had a 7-5 edge in corner kicks.

Potomac State plays Westmoreland County Community College on Wednesday at the
Potomac State College field.