Drury Boys Find Scoring Touch Late in Year

iBerkshires.com SportsPrint Story | Email Story
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. – Dom Duteau scored midway through the first half to unleash an offensive barrage for the Drury boys soccer team in a 6-0 win over Putnam Vocational on Thursday.
Myles Beauchamp set up three goals and scored one of his own, and Jorge Bond scored a pair.
Drury also got the first career goal from Logan Rogers and a first career goal from senior defender Ferris Miksic, who scored in the closing minutes.
“Dom getting his first goal of the year and Logan and Ferris scoring their first varsity goals were highlights of the day,” Drury coach John Jacobbe said. “Logan scoring our first headball goal of the year and Myles with a hat trick of assists made it a good day for our last regular season home game of the year.”
Another highlight: the diving save from Brayden Canales (three saves) in the final minute preserve the clean sheet he shared with Parker Rivard (five saves).
Drury now has scored 17 goals in its last four games, going 3-1 in that span.
The Blue Devils (3-10-1) finish the regular season on the road Saturday at Renaissance School and Monday at Putnam Voc.
Print Story | Email Story