JHS boys soccer falls to Century
Jamestown High School lost 8-0 to Bismarck Century in boys soccer Tuesday night at Rotary Field.
Century, ranked No. 1 in the WDA preseason coaches' poll, sent 19 shots on goal in the first half and led 5-0 after 40 minutes. Blue Jay freshman goalkeeper Jay Kupitz made 23 total saves in the match.
The Blue Jays host Crookston (Minn.) Thursday at 5:30 p.m. After three 80-minute matches to start the 2018 season, Jamestown (0-2-0, 0-1-0 WDA) is minus 18 in goal difference.
Bismarck Century 8, Jamestown 0
1. C, Jackson Lackner (unassisted), 6th minute; 2. C, Justin Weigel (unassisted), 19th; 3. C, Schmidt Joseph (Lackner), 25th; 4. C, Joseph (Jacob Schwarz), 25th; 5. C, Logan Brown (Chance Bowlinger), 38th; 6. C, Lackner (Weigel), 57th; 7. C, Schwarz (unassisted), 61st; 8. C, Eric Niyonzima (unassisted), 63rd.
Goalkeeper saves: C, Austin Underhill 1-2--3. J, Jay Kupitz 14-9--23.