Men’s Soccer: Potomac State's Sisler gets hat trick in college debut

NORTH EAST, MD — Tyler Sisler scored three goals and had one assist to lead the Potomac State College Catamounts to a 7-1 victory over Cecil Community College in their men’s junior college soccer season opener Saturday at Cecil.

The first goal of the college career of the freshman from Mountain Ridge High School came at 24:50 of the first half when Sisler scored on an assist from Leo Sanchez to put the score at 2-0 at the half. Previously, Dylan Romine scored on an assist from Sisler to put the Catamounts on the board at 42:00 of the half.

Potomac State unloaded in the second half, led by Sisler’s unassisted goal at 28:44. Austin Graham then scored on an assist from Brett Vanderhout at 23:00, before a Connor Bowman goal put Cecil on the board.

Sanchez followed that with a PSC goal on an assist from Rhys Fing. Sisler then followed with another goal on an assist by Peter Shupoli at 12:29 before Remi Kakonge scored unassisted at 7:20 to conclude the scoring.

Potomac State outshot Cecil 18-4 and held a 4-3 edge in corner kicks. Alec Sproule had three saves in goal for the Catamounts and Kevin Riley had one. Derik Abrego had seven saves for Cecil.

The win was the 60th in Coach Ray Kiddy’s time as the PSC head coach, putting his mark at 60-18-2. Kiddy is assisted by Tom Dawson, Steve Aman, Connor Eberly and Caleb Goodin.

Potomac State (1-0) will play Friday, 5 p.m., at home against the West Virginia University club team before hosting the defending NJCAA Division III national champions, Suffolk Community College of New Jersey, Saturday at 11 a.m.