Largo MD. - The Owls men had a strong showing on Tuesday night with a 6-3 home victory over Hagerstown. This was the Owls forth consecutive win has they continue to push for one of the top seeds in the conference.
Sophomore Kevin Chavez opened the scoring for the Owls in the second minute of play and seemed to have inspired the Owls attack. The early goal gave the Owls the confidence to push even more players forward, this resulted in Angelo Ridore and Ngeh Mbah adding to the score line before Hagerstown was able to pull one back midway through the first. Jacob Bickley a transfer form Hagerstown also got on the score sheet in the first half and gave the Owls the 4-1 lead heading into to halftime.
This momentum carried into the second half and Kelly Marah was able to score his first of two with a calm finish into the side netting from a Temitope Adetunji pass. Adetunji and Marah combined once more after he made a strong run down the left side and passed to Marah who scored his second goal of the game to earn his brace. Hagerstown was able to score two consolation goals in the last fifteen minutes to maintain a respectable score line.
The Owls will travel to play CCBC Essex on Thursday, September 17 at 6:30 PM. This will be another MD JUCO show down has both teams will battle in hopes of capturing the Conference Title.