Men’s Soccer: Cecil scores late, ties Potomac State, 3-3

Bo Horner
Potomac State's Bo Horner pushes past Cecil defender Gabriel Sousa during the Catamounts 3-3 tie on Wednesday evening at Stayman Field.  Photo by Raymond Burner

KEYSER, W.Va. — Potomac State College and Cecil College played to a 3-3 tie in double overtime, marking the second time in three games the Catamounts have played two extra 10-minute periods, Tuesday at Stayman Field in men’s junior college soccer play.

Cecil took the early lead on an unassisted goal at 5:05 by Antonio Atmotzidis. The Catamounts answered to tie when Bo Horner scored on an assist by PSC goalie Caleb Ryan at 22:10. Schedrick Ekch then scored unassisted at 33:43 to give Cecil the 2-1 halftime lead.

The Catamounts came out in the second half to take the lead when Corey McKay (68:00) and Dylan Romine (68:53) both scored unassisted goals. But Cecil’s Gabriel Gonzalez then scored unassisted at 75:03 to send the game to overtime and put the eventual final score at 3-3.

Cecil outshot Potomac State, 23-18, and had a 13-8 advantage in corner kicks.

Caleb Ryan had nine saves in goal for Potomac State, and Nick Andrelewicz had six for Cecil.

Potomac State (0-2-1) will play Monday at Westmoreland County Community College.