FHS boys have two wins, one tie heading into fifth 28-4A contest
Fredericksburg High School varsity boys’ soccer gained an edge in the District 28-4A race with a big win Friday night.
The Billies beat the Boerne Greyhounds, 2-0, to improve to 2-0-1 in district, heading into Tuesday night’s game against the defending Region IV-4A champs.
“Friday’s game with Boerne was a classic,” coach Shannon Petsch said. “We started out with a lot of energy and Boerne was able to match it.”
Cesar Zelaya headed in a corner kick during the first half to give FHS a 1-0 lead.
The Billies added another score a second time on Cristian Garcia’s free kick from 20 yards.
Down 2-0 during the second half, Boerne applied strong attacking pressure and had the ball in FHS’ defensive half for most of the 40-minute period.
The Billies’ defense, led by goalkeeper Peter Stenberg, helped preserve the win and the shutout.
“It was a huge district game and really helped us out with the standings,” Petsch said.
FHS played Canyon Lake on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at Canyon Lake High School.
Results were not available as of press time.
FHS JV boys’ soccer
The Billies’ junior varsity boys’ team won big against the Greyhounds.
FHS beat Boerne, 4-0, on Friday at home.
Yamil Uribe, Kaleb Torres, Jovany Alva and Enrique Alvarado scored FHS’ four goals. Miguel Sanz and Carlos Martinez combined to shut out Boerne.
The Billies are 3-0 in District 28-4A play.