West shuts out Althoff
The only team on the boards tonight was Belleville West (6-2-3) beginning in the first with two then adding two more in the second where they shut out Althoff 4-0.
James Wiegers tallied his sixth win and his fifth shutout — four are solo — playing 80 minutes for the Maroons making seven saves.
The only scorer for West was Garrett Bass. Bass scored all four and only tallied assists on two both coming from Blake Williams. He continues to lead West with 14 goals overall and 35 points on the 2017 season.
Althoff next plays Collinsville at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 14.
Belleville West will rest up before the crosstown rivalry game Sept. 16 when they play Belleville East at noon. East is just ahead of West in the Southwestern Conference standings.
O’Fallon surges past East
Going into halftime at a tie, O’Fallon took the opportunity to come out better, scoring two in the second half. O’Fallon (6-4-1 overall, 2-2 conference) sits second in the Southwestern Conference while East (6-6 overall, 1-2 conference) sits fifth.
Jake Koenig and Nathan Martin scored big for O’Fallon off assists from Martin and Jordan Ellis. Aiden Cesa made seven saves in his third win and second solo shutout of the season.
O’Fallon takes a week off before traveling across the river to play Kirkwood at 6 p.m Sept. 20.
Belleville East will rest up before the crosstown rivalry game Sept. 16 when they play Belleville West at noon. East is just ahead of West in the Southwestern Conference standings.
Columbia bests Gibault
Columbia (12-0-1) remains on top as they defeated nonconference Gibault (5-4-2) in a 1-0 shutout.
Jon Kuebler kept six Hawk shots from entering the goal in the shutout. He now sits at 12 wins from eight shutouts, five solo.
Riley Hubler scored the lone goal of the game on a pass from Sam Spivey.
Columbia hosts Valmeyer on Sept. 14 at 6 p.m., and Gibault plays Freeburg at 5 p.m. Sept. 14.
Triad scores big against Jersey
Coming out strong, the Triad Knights (5-5-1) scored three in the first half alone. Jersey (6-3) answered back with three of their own, one in the first and two in the second, but Triad was not finished scoring adding two more to finish the Panthers off 5-3.
A hat trick and an assist made Jaden Deatherage the leading scorer for the Knights. Colton Clark and Lucas Howard finished the other two goals.
Wyatt Freand, Isaac Hauseman, and Andrew Kribs got past goalkeeper Reiss Naylor for the three Jersey goals. Naylor, a Triad senior, tallied his fifth win of the season, he now is 5-4-1 with two solo shutouts.
Triad travels to Waterloo, who is undefeated in conference, Sept. 14 at 5:45 p.m., and Jersey takes a conference break playing Wood River at 10 a.m. Sept. 16.
Freeburg defeats Father McGivney
A late goal in the second sealed the win for Freeburg (4-5) as their defeated Father McGivney (6-5) 3-1.
Scoring for the Midgets were Camden Beilveau, Noah Stock, and Noah Williams. Williams, Cole Kassing, and Payton Lyon each were credited with assists.
Freeburg travels to Gibault on Sept. 14 at 5 p.m. and Father McGivney travels to Central on Sept. 14 at 4:30 p.m.
Mater Dei conquers Altamont
Four in the first half and three in second half pushed Mater Dei over Altamont who was unable to score throughout the 80 minutes.
Drew Tonnies lead Mater Dei with two goals. Nick Faust, Tyler Hitpas, Nanco Lo, and Paul Nguyen tallied goals throughout the game. Luke Gobel, Lo, and Joshua Schmitt were each on an assist for the Knights.
Mater Dei (6-6) returns to the field Sept. 14 at 4:30 p.m. against Mount Vernon.
Mascoutah finds their grove again
Forcing the game to overtime by score three goals in the second half allowed the Indians to defeat Civic Memorial 4-3.
Civic Memorial (4-8) started scoring in the first and answered back with two more in the second. This was not enough as Christian Gonzalez scored his second game winning goal of the season.
Logan Cox and Sam Schiller each found the back of the goal as well. Schiller even tallied three assists during the overtime thriller and Kyle Frerker added the fourth.
The Mascoutah Indians have not lost a game since they played Waterloo (5-3) a week ago. The Indians, now 11-1 overall and 2-1 conference, are nearing the middle of their season and show no interest of letting up. Mascoutah hosts rival Highland on Sept. 14 at 4:15 p.m. this conference game will help decide the middle of the Mississippi Valley Conference.
Civic Memorial will look for a win against Greenville on Sept. 14 at 4:30 p.m.
Waterloo still undefeated in conference
A late surge lead to Waterloo (7-5) defeating Highland (3-7). Caden Gordon scored the game winning goal on an assist from Brandon Schad. Schad scored on an assist from Hayden Reese.
Goalkeeper Sam Ward tallies his third, of four, solo shutouts of the season. The freshman has played in all seven Bulldog victories.
Playing Civic Memorial twice has lead Waterloo to remain undefeated in the Mississippi Valley Conference. The only team the Bulldogs have yet to play is rival Triad which they will face at 5:45 p.m. Sept. 14.
Highland will play a crucial conference game against Mascoutah next on Sept. 14 at 4:15 p.m. both teams ride the middle of the Mississippi Valley standings.