Westville Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 1 - 1 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Soccer Drops One To North White

The boys soccer team fell 11-0 at home last night to North White. Carson Miller recorded 12 saves in goal. The boys are back in action Monday at home against Boone Grove. This will be Senior Night for the boys.

Boys Soccer Knocks Off River Forest

The Westville boys soccer team brought home their first win of the season Friday night, beating River Forest 5-0. Dillan McKern led the way with a hat trick. Chris Bishop and Michael Freese also found net. Wade Foster and Carson Miller each had assists and Miller stopped the only shot on goal he saw. The

Boys Soccer Falls To Morgan Township

The boys soccer team dropped their conference match against Morgan Township last night 7-1. Carson Miller had 14 saves. Dillan McKern scored the lone Blackhawk goal and was assisted by Michael Freese. The boys will host Washington Township tomorrow night and River Forest on Friday.

Boys Soccer Falls At John Glenn

The Blackhawks traveled to John Glenn Saturday for an early non-conference tilt. Westville fell behind 4-0 in the first half, and ultimately lost to a talented Glenn team 11-0. Carson Miller had 10 save in goal. The Blackhawks will face Morgan Township tonight at home at 5:00 and then will host Washington Township on Thursday.

Boys Soccer Falls At Portage Christian

The boys soccer team fell to 0-2 on the season with an 8-2 loss at Portage Christian last night. Dillan McKern sent both goals home for the Blackhawks, with Sam Bovard and Carson Miller assisting. Carson also saved 6 shots on goal. The boys will return to the pitch Saturday with a noon kickoff against

Boys Soccer Falls In Season Opener

The boys soccer team traveled to Michigan City Saturday to open the season. The Blackhawks fell to the host Wolves 11-2. Chris Bishop knocked in a free kick and Dillan McKern scored on a penalty kick. Evan Massengill stopped 4 goals in his net-minding debut. Westville is back in action Tuesday night at Portage Christian.

Soccer Senior Night

The boys soccer team honored Seniors Alex Magana and Conner Combs last night prior to their contest with Portage Christian. The team fought hard, but ultimately fell short 8-1. Andrew Henderson had the lone goal for the Blackhawks. The boys will have their final regular season game Friday night at Oregon-Davis.

Boys Soccer Prevails In PK’s

Last night the Boys Soccer team knocked of Hebron in PCC play. Regulation ended in a 2-2 tie and the two teams battled to a scoreless overtime period. Chris Bishop, Michael Freese and Carson Miller all scored during the Penalty Kick period, and Carson only allowed 1 Hebron goal, giving the boys their first win