Boys' Soccer: Goffstown controls play but loses game
Freshman midfielder Jordan Cooper took a feed from Nile Hertzler along the sideline and connected on a shot to the far corner that eluded Grizzlies’ goalkeeper Maxx Chambers.
Goffstown dominated play for much of the game, especially in the first half.
“We talked about it at halftime, that we played 35-40 minutes of defense,” said ConVal coach Scott Daniels. “But it only would take one (score) and fortunately it did.”
Bell said he just kept his mind on his job. “I just tried to keep focused, follow the ball and try not to make any mistakes.”
Lovering said Goffstown has more work to do. “We’ve got to take care of our chances. We’re not ready to play together yet,” said Lovering. “I think there were some positives today but we’re clearly not all on the same page.