Whitesboro boys soccer climbs out of an early 2-0 deficit to rally past Proctor 3-2.
Jorge Lozada got the scoring started just over two minutes in when he was tripped in the box by Dennis Zhushma resulting in a penalty shot. Lozada then put the ball right past the keeper to give Proctor a 1-0 lead.
Abdi Somow doubled the Raiders' lead when he streaked down the left sideline in the 15th minute and launched a rocket into the lower corner of the net.
From there, it was all Warriors with Koudi Bashir sparking the comeback. Just over midway through the first half, Proctor goalie Gu Nay Ku was caught leaving his net and Bashir took advantage to cut the deficit to one.
Whitesboro's first chance to tie it came early in the second half when Jacob Sherline was awarded a penalty, but his shot was saved by Nay Ku.
The Warriors tied it off a Jordan Dutcher free kick that deflected in off Bashir. Sherline put Whitesboro up for good in the 57th minute as the Warriors remain unbeaten. They're now 5-0 on the season.
Sauquoit Valley scores five goals in the first 10 minutes of their game against Herkimer before coasting to a 9-0 road win.
Elsewhere in boys soccer, Clinton has no issues with Canastota in an 11-0 rout, Nick LeMire's two goals lead New Hartford past RFA 3-1, P.J. Mahoney tallies five goals for Poland in their 10-1 drubbing of West Canada Valley, Westmoreland beats Dolgeville 5-1 and Holland Patent gets the 3-0 shutout win over Frankfort-Schuyler.
In girls soccer, Katherine Balog scores two goals to lift RFA past New Hartford 3-1, Oneida edges Camden 3-1 and Clinton gets the 6-0 win over Skaneateles.
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