Pfeiffer is the lone unbeaten in Conference Carolinas and is still in the hunt to cap off a perfect regular season. Meanwhile. Limestone has been on a roll, too, and is only a game back in the standings. Read about those stories and more in the notebook below.
Falcons continue to dominate in regular season
Pfeiffer has won all 13 of its games this year, including seven in Conference Carolinas action, and its 4-1 win over Erskine Saturday pushed its overall regular-season win streak to 18 games. The BR-4 Falcons have thrived off their high-powered offense, cranking out 46 goals. Nathan Regis has paved the way, punching in 16 goals to go along with four assists. Santi Moar is second on the team in goals scored with six. He has also dished out seven assists. Nicolas Dulac has been impressive in goal, recording three shutouts. He has tallied 20 saves on the year for a Pfeiffer team that has the pieces in place to make a run at the national title.
Limestone keeps streak going
After a two-game losing streak, Limestone has won its last three games and is one game back in the Conference Carolinas standings with a 6-1 record. The Saints have been a solid offensive team this year, scoring 35 goals. Gui Machado has led the way with 12 goals and three assists. Harry Cooksley has come up with five goals and seven assists. The Saints have four games remaining on the schedule and can at least finish in second if it takes care of business the rest of the way.
Trojans look to get back on track
Mount Olive has found winning difficult as of late, losing its last four games. The BR-87 Trojans didn’t score a goal in three of those games and now sit at 7-6 overall and 5-3 in Conference Carolinas. Mount Olive plays its final three games of the regular season on the road and that isn’t a bad thing. After all, the Trojans are 4-1 away from home this season. Offensively, Cooper Gaypia has paved the way, scoring eight of the team’s 20 goals. Mount Olive has scored three or more goals four times this season but has only one goal in its last four.
King aims for strong finish
King has won three of its last five after enduring a three-game winless streak and will have an opportunity to end up in the top three in the conference standings as it plays its final four games at home. Three of those games are against conference opponents. The BR-127 Tornado is 4-2-2 in the Conference Carolinas standings. Chris Hicks has fueled the offense with seven goals, nearly half of King’s total of 16 for the season. Kari Sveinsson has seen the majority of time in goal, starting 11 games. He has come up with 48 saves.
Lions make strides
Emmanuel has won four of its last eight games and is 3-2-2 in Conference Carolinas. The Lions have also played opponents to three ties during the stretch and are hoping to carry that momentum the rest of the way. Emmanuel has come through with 24 goals on the season, with Mark Shrosbree racking up five of those goals. Blair Springhall has tallied three goals and four assists. The Lions have four games remaining, with two of those at home, and are in a position to finish the year with a winning season.