Eagles End Regular Season With Losses To Pacific, Borgia
Sullivan was unable to pull off a victory in the final week of the regular season, falling to Pacific and Borgia on Tuesday and Thursday.
The Eagles faced MICDS on Monday in the district tournament at St. Clair, hoping to extend their season.
Sullivan yielded a season-high seven goals in each of their final two losses. Their previous high was six, which came against Hickman on Oct. 3.
Collin Farrell and Charlie Lohden each scored for the Eagles in a 7-2 loss to the Indians, but Pacific reeled off five goals in the first half.
Jacob Sauvage netted four of Pacific’s seven goals and he assisted on two more.
Blake Bearden, Cade Bell and Gavin Bukowsky also scored.
Bukowsky recorded three assists.
Sauvage, the team’s leading scorer, was shut out by the Eagles when the two teams met on Oct. 6 in Sullivan.
On Tuesday, Sullivan had no answers for him as he scored on four of five shots.
Eagles goalkeeper Andrew Starr made 11 saves.
Sullivan limped to the finish line on Thursday, losing 7-1 against St. Francis Borgia.
The Eagles took an early lead, but were rolled from that point on.
Borgia took a 2-1 lead by the half and poured it on with five goals in the second half.
Andrew Dyson and Ethan Mort each had two goals. Mort also tallied two assists.
Tyler Kromer, Jason Lause and Jake Nowak each scored.
Noah Simmons had two assists.