Green Wave boys battle soccer heavyweights

  • Friday, March 7, 2014

Photos by Beth Tanner/For The Journal Scene Green Wave goalkeeper Ashton Tanner makes a save during the Lexington High School tournament.


The Green Wave boys’ soccer team worked out against some stiff competition last weekend.

Summerville traveled to the midlands to compete in the Lexington High School pre-season tournament. The Green Wave battled a pair of teams to a tie and lost two contests.

“It was a competitive tournament,” Summerville coach Jason Rasner said. “The boys played well and we had a strong showing in spite of not getting good results.”

On Friday night, Summerville faced AC Flora in a scrimmage that ended in a 0-0 tie.

On Saturday afternoon, Summerville played Aiken and lost a close game 0- 1. On Saturday night, the Green Wave went up against SCISA power Cardinal Newman and fought for a 2-2 tie.

On Sunday, the Green Wave met Class AAAA defending state champion Lexington on the pitch and lost 0-2.

Lextington and Aiken are Top 15 teams in the eurosportsscoreboard.com South Carolina 4-A poll. A.C. Flora is ranked 10th in the 3-A poll and Cardinal Newman is the top ranked team in the SCISA 3-A poll.

Returning lettermen Chris Miller and David Kennedy provided the Green Wave goals in the tournament.

Ashton Tanner, a returner at goalkeeper, made some nice saves including a stop on a penalty kick in the game against Lexington.

Summerville also scrimmaged West Ashley Feb. 18 and came out on top 2-1.

The Green Wave participates in the Rotary Classic preseason tournament in Mt. Pleasant Saturday and opens its season at 7 p.m. March 11 at Hilton Head. Summerville’s home opener is scheduled for 7 p.m. March 18 when the Green Wave will host Stratford.


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