Revealed: 10/16/2021 12:23:43 AM
SPRINGFIELD — The Frontier soccer staff lastly acquired one to fall within the win class Friday night time at Berte Area.
The Redhawks outlasted Commerce, 40-20, in an Intercounty League South matchup to enhance to 1-5 on the season.
“We clicked on all cylinders,” mentioned Frontier operating again Josh Semaski. “We had somewhat little bit of a tough first half with our protection, however we acquired that straightened out within the second half.”
The Redhawks compelled the Crimson Raiders to show the ball over 3 times within the third quarter alone – one fumble and two interceptions. A type of picks led to a Frontier landing when QB Sam Schreiber bulled in for a 1-yard rating on the 3:42 mark of the third.
“These turnovers had been key,” Semaski mentioned. “We stopped them on fourth downs which was big and that set the tone for the second half.”
The Crimson Raiders had been held off the board completely within the second half after placing up 20 factors earlier than intermission.
The sport regarded useless even early on. Frontier scored first on the 9:34 mark to open the sport with a 6-yard dashing landing from Semaski. Commerce answered proper again at 6:46 with a 35-yard passing landing to large receiver, Joshua Mitchell.
On the 5:51 mark, Semaski notched his second landing of the night time, this time by way of a 45-yard dashing rating to make it 12-6. He faked proper, turned his physique to modify fields and located himself the open turf wanted to go all the way in which and ease into the top zone.
The Frontier protection additionally compelled a security within the first half, and Schreiber added a 1-yard dashing landing on the 1:38 minute mark.
After one other Commerce landing, the Hawks answered instantly as Semaski ran for 29 yards to push the rating to 20-12. Commerce answered again once more for its final landing of the night time with a 10-yard dashing rating to tug even, 20-20 at halftime.
Three unanswered touchdowns for Frontier pushed Commerce out of sight shortly. Tight finish Dan Diemand scored within the second half whereas Schreiber added two extra scores. The protection compelled a number of turnovers, which turned a recurring theme as Frontier took benefit within the second half.
Frontier will look to maintain the momentum going when it hosts Belchertown subsequent week.