Drury Comes Back to Earth Against LenoxLENOX, Mass. -- After winning two straight South Division games over the weekend, the Drury boys' soccer team ran into a North Division buzzsaw on Tuesday night, losing 5-0 to an undfeated Lenox squad.
The Millionaires (4-0) scored twice in the first half and three more times after the break to drop the Blue Devils' record to 2-2 this year. Overall, Lenox outshot Drury 18-1 in the game.
"Lenox plays beautiful soccer," Blue Devils head coach Greg Caproni said. "We knew they would be tough, and we just wanted to run with them. We made a handful of mistakes and like a great team does, Lenox capitalized on them."
Peter Vahle started the scoring off for the Millionaires by shooting a ball into the bottom-right corner of the goal in the sixth minute of the game. Drury weathered the storm for most of the first half until Garren O'Connor made it 2-0 with 73 seconds left before halftime.
Liam Gennon bumped Lenox's lead up to 3-0 with a goal five minutes into the second half. Andrew Vickery later added a goal off of a header before Chris Considine closed out the scoring with a strike in the 79th minute.
Sophomore keeper Joseph Liporace made 10 saves for the Blue Devils, who next host rival Hoosac Valley at 4:15 p.m. on Friday.