The Williamson Marauders are no strangers to playing soccer come the first week of November. The seven-time Section V Champions are now looking to take the next step to Middletown to battle for a state championship. But, before getting there, they’ll have to play Keshequa for the opportunity to play in the Western Regional game this weekend.
— AJ Feldman (@AJFeldmanTV) October 31, 2021
Williamson heads in to Tuesday’s game riding a three-game winning streak through sectional play after dropping their regular season finale to Byron-Bergin/Elba. The Marauders are led by senior forward Troy Ingram who has netted 12 goals, 11 assists, and 35 points, ranking him in the top 50 scorers in Section V. Williamson will also have junior John Niles who leads the Marauders with 14 goals on the season. The Marauders are 2-0-0 against mutual opponents of Keshequa. The squads of Avon and Geneseo out of Livingston County were defeated by Williamson in sectional play.
— Williamson Athletics (@WillMarauders) October 30, 2021
Keshequa heads in to the contest having not lost a game since September 14th, a league loss to Avon. Keshequa’s offense is led by a trio of Section V’s top scorers in Reese Powers with 24 goals and 79 points, Nathan Trayer with 17 goals and 11 assists, and Ian Hinrich with 14 goals and 33 points. Keshequa has not faced a mutual opponent of Williamson on the season and will be squaring off against a Wayne County opponent for the first time this season.
Among other players to look out for in the game will be both keepers. Williamson’s Adrian Cramer and Keshequa’s Tyler Mallaber have both allowed under a goal a game this season and rank in the top 20 in Section V for goals allowed and goals allowed per game.
The match will take place Tuesday night at Avon High School with a start time 6:30 pm is scheduled.
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