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CU soccer rips Brescia 7-1

MASON HAS FIVE GOALS FOR 'DOGS
OWENSBORO, KY -- Harry Mason tied a career-high with five goals and freshman Josh Armstrong added a goal and two assists in Cumberlands 7-1 victory over Brescia University in mens soccer action Saturday.

Mason scored three times in the first half, including twice in the opening 10 minutes, and Luke Wilson added a score midway through the period, as Cumberland (1-1-0) took a commanding 4-0 advantage at the break.

Brescia netted its lone goal early in the second half, but Mason responded with two more goals and Armstrong added the final tally in the waning minutes of the match.

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CU soccer rips Brescia 7-1

MASON HAS FIVE GOALS FOR 'DOGS
OWENSBORO, KY -- Harry Mason tied a career-high with five goals and freshman Josh Armstrong added a goal and two assists in Cumberlands 7-1 victory over Brescia University in mens soccer action Saturday.

Mason scored three times in the first half, including twice in the opening 10 minutes, and Luke Wilson added a score midway through the period, as Cumberland (1-1-0) took a commanding 4-0 advantage at the break.

Brescia netted its lone goal early in the second half, but Mason responded with two more goals and Armstrong added the final tally in the waning minutes of the match.

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MJ 36, Antioch 28

Chowbay throws for three TDs
Mt. Juliet rolled up 29 first half points and tacked on another late score to hold off Antioch 36-28 Friday, Aug. 30 in the home-opener for the Golden Bears.

The victory moved Trey Perrys team to 2-0 on the season headed into a District 9-AAA contest Sept. 6 at Station Camp.

Junior quarterback Nolan Chowbay provided much of the offensive fireworks, completing eight of 16 pass attempts for 107 yards. He threw TD passes to three different receivers Ahmad Bradley for 22 yards; Kyle Smith for 18 yards and Patrick Cartmell for 25 yards.

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MJ 36, Antioch 28

Chowbay throws for three TDs
Mt. Juliet rolled up 29 first half points and tacked on another late score to hold off Antioch 36-28 Friday, Aug. 30 in the home-opener for the Golden Bears.

The victory moved Trey Perrys team to 2-0 on the season headed into a District 9-AAA contest Sept. 6 at Station Camp.

Junior quarterback Nolan Chowbay provided much of the offensive fireworks, completing eight of 16 pass attempts for 107 yards. He threw TD passes to three different receivers Ahmad Bradley for 22 yards; Kyle Smith for 18 yards and Patrick Cartmell for 25 yards.

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