Staying Perfect: Lakeview tops Hubbard

The Bulldogs have allowed just two goals all season long

Lakeview players celebrate after Daniel Golar scored their first goal Tuesday against Hubbard.
Lakeview players celebrate after Daniel Golar scored their first goal Tuesday against Hubbard.

HUBBARD, OH (WKBN) – The Lakeview boys soccer team is still perfect this season after grabbing the team’s 11th win of the year, topping Hubbard Tuesday night, 6-0.

Hubbard’s goalkeeper Anthony Corin saw a lot of action in the net as Lakeview brought the attack early and often. He was up to the task early, making several key saves.

But in the first half, a cross from Jeff Remmick found the foot of Daniel Golar, who found the back of the net for the games first goal to give the Bulldogs a 1-0 advantage.

Late in the half, a nice run by Noah Busefink gave Lakeview another chance, but Busefink was brought down in the box resulting in a penalty.

Captain Josh Kelly stepped to the spot and slotted it past Corin to push the Lakeview lead to 2-0.

The win pushed Lakeview to 11-0 and they sit atop of the AAC White Tier and are ranked fourth in the latest OSSCA State Poll in Division II.

With the loss, Hubbard falls to 6-2-1 overall and are third in the AAC White and were receiving votes in the OSSCA poll.

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