Roundup: Shepherd’s Men’s Soccer Falls at Lock Haven | Newspaper
SHEPHERDSTOWN – Lock Haven (5-1-2, 2-0-1 PSAC East) claimed a 2-0 victory over Shepherd (1-9-0, 0-5-0 PSAC East) in the men’s soccer game PSAC East Wednesday.
The Bald Eagles took a 1-0 lead at 25:14 when Zane Puhala scored on an assist from Samuel Hershey.
Lock Haven added a second count when Andrea DiSomma headed a free kick from Beckham Sibiski at 32:19.
Shepherd goaltender Billy Wood recorded seven saves for the Rams. Aitor Ruiz de Eguilaz recorded six saves for the Bald Eagles.
Lock Haven had a 23-7 advantage in shots with a 9-6 advantage in shots on goal. Lock Haven had a 4-0 advantage on corners.
CT guarantees Choose 6
CHARLES TOWN – In addition to nine million dollar races featuring the best West Virginia breeds in training, Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races will also be offering a mandatory payout of the Pick 6 deferment of the track during Saturday’s West Virginia XXXV Breeders Classics. menu.
Charles Town’s 6-12 carryover currently stands at $ 72,345 with three cards remaining before its deal. Charles Town 6-12 is a jackpot style Pick 6 covering the last six races of each Charles Town card and has a low 12% cashout.
Due to the small withdrawal and the size of the carry over, Charles Town’s 6-12 mandatory payouts typically resulted in a player advantage of over 13% paid on top of the gross pool on the night of the deal.
The first race of Saturday’s West Virginia Breeders Classics schedule is scheduled for 7 p.m., with the $ 300,000 West Virginia Breeders Classic race running as Race 8 and bringing a provisional start time to 10:32 p.m.
– Staff reports