The Mt. Hope soccer team scores 14 goals on Davies in D-II match up

The third place Huskies boost their record to 7-1-2 in Division II

Photos by Richard W Dionne jr
Posted 10/9/19

The Huskies pasted Davies goal keeper, Joseph Barcelos with 22 shots as they beat 0-10 Davies, 14-0 in a D-II home game on Tuesday night.

The win boosts the Huskies overall record to …

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The Mt. Hope soccer team scores 14 goals on Davies in D-II match up

The third place Huskies boost their record to 7-1-2 in Division II

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The Huskies pasted Davies goal keeper, Joseph Barcelos with 22 shots as they beat 0-10 Davies, 14-0 in a D-II home game on Tuesday night.

The win boosts the Huskies overall record to 8-1-2.

Mt. Hope scored 6 goals in the first half and 8 goals in the second.

Chris Guerriero led the scoring with 3 goals, Noah Furtado scored 2 goals, and Trey Coroa, Tristan Tamulaites, Alex Botelho, Nick Andreozzi, Matt Terceiro, Jack McNally, Jayden Terra, Parker Camelo, and Ben DiChiappari scored one goal each.

Nathan Silveira tallied 4 assists during the blow out.

The Huskies play at Chariho on Thursday and at Mt. St. Charles on Friday.

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