Varsity Boys Soccer

Menlo School 2, Eastside Prep 2

Date of competition: Wednesday, February 10, 2016

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The Menlo School boys settled for a 2-2 tie with visiting Eastside Prep in a West Bay Athletic League soccer match on Wednesday, but the deadlock did little to hurt the Knights' postseason plans. Menlo moved to 6-2-2 in league (20 points) and 10-4-2 overall) and remained in second place with a pair of league matches remaining. King's Academy (9-0-1, 28 points) sits in first while Sacred Heart Prep (5-4-1, 16 points) is in third. Only the top two teams automatically qualify for the Central Coast Section playoffs.

The Knights started quickly against the Panthers when senior Will Chisholm scored on an assist from freshman Ben Lasky a minute into the game. Eastside countered with a pair of first-half goals to take the lead. Lasky opened the second half with a goal on an assist from Chisholm. Menlo had several more shots, but hit the crossbar and posts. The Knights got strong defensive outings from seniors Michael Quezada, Tyler McGraw and Matt Joss. 

posted by Menlo Athletics on Feb 11, 2016 at 8:58 am

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