SALISBURY — Freshman Carlos Henriquez reworked a penalty kick all by means of the primary half, and Salisbury’a boys soccer group managed a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Thomasville all by means of the Central Carolina Convention opener for each groups.
“It’s the primary time in my instructing occupation, boys or girls, that I’ve let a freshman take the primary penalty kick of the season,” Salisbury head coach Matt Parrish acknowledged.
Salisbury (Three-Zero-1) managed nearly your full motion, nonetheless couldn’t uncover the as shortly as additional of the online all by the use of the run of play.
“The offense has struggled so far this season and that falls largely on me,” Parrish acknowledged. “I must get your fingers on among the many many many best mixtures going ahead and haven’t fairly solved the issue nonetheless. Our work price may be very environment friendly and the need is excessive nonetheless one scenario is barely off. I merely ought to search out out it out.”
Up subsequent for the Hornets is one utterly utterly completely different sturdy CCC match at West Davidson on Monday night time time time time at 5 p.m.