Rangers cruise to a 7-0 win over Cedar Springs

Tobey Hendricks, Sports Reporter

A perfect give and go between junior Sammy Postlewait and senior Eric Conerty, led to an absolute rocket into the top right corner from Conerty from 30 yards out midway through the second half. That was just one of the many plays from Tuesday’s game between the Rangers and Red Hawks. The Rangers offense started right from the get-go and never let up the intensity, with senior Ian Abel had a quick 3 goals in the first half.

“I want to thank my teammates for my goals, they set me up perfectly and all I had to do was make sure I got the ball into the back of the net,” Abel said.

Ian’s goals came off of two crosses across the field and a quick header from a couple yards out.

Coming out of halftime the Rangers lead with a comfortable three-goal lead. It was obvious to tell that the Rangers had complete control of this game, as the scoring continued in the second half. Sophomore Sammy Postlewait had a phenomenal goal that led to a controversy with the refs. The goal was later counted as it turns out the ball made a hole in the net. Even at times when the Red Hawks would get shots on goal, senior Jared Ireland was on top of every shot. This game put yet another shutout under the belt of Ireland, but could not have done it without the help of senior goalkeeper Max Mairn, who came in and played the second half. They ended up winning comfortably 7-0.