SCC Men's soccer has another second half collapse, drops 6-0 match to Whatcom

Thursday, September 27, 2012

SCC’s Owusu Fordjour, a Shorewood High graduate, in action.
Photo by Wilson Tsoi

The Shoreline Community College Men’s Soccer Team is battling second half collapses as it reaches the halfway point in its season. SCC is 0-8-0 on the season so far and has 8 more matches to go in 2012. In Wednesday’s match at Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA, the match was tied at 0-0 at half, but WCC came out and scored 6 goals in the second half, 3 in a 9 minute period. On Saturday, SCC allowed 3 goals in a 8 minute span to Clark College to break open a tight 1-0 match.

In the past three SCC matches, the Dolphins have been tied with Everett CC 1-1 at half, down 1-0 to Clark College at half and 0-0 with Whatcom at half. But the team allowed 14 total goals in the second half of those games combined to lose 5-1, 5-0 and 6-0.

The Dolphins travel to Chemeketa Community College on Saturday in Salem, OR and hope to right the ship with the Storm as the second half of the season begins. CCC is 2-3-4 on the season, and 2-0-2 in the Southern Region. Match time is 2:00pm.


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