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Soccer team captain senior Cesar Paz scored two of the five goals in the home opener for the Falcons.

The Bishop Dunne men’s soccer teams opened the 2015-2016 season Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at home with a 5-0 win over Grapevine Faith. The Falcons were led by Jose Zertuche and Aaron Marquez Hernandez who had a combined three goals and three assists in the victory.

Joshua Benavides added two assists of his own while Luke Hawkins and team Captain Cesar Paz scored the other two goals. The Falcons’ goal keeper, Justin Santos, had five saves in 55 minutes and Angelo Bianco recorded two saves in 25 minutes.

Head varsity coach Joe Martel said the win was a total team effort, noting that the defense played really well, which allowed our offense to keep the pressure on.

The JV Falcons also won their first match of the year, beating Grapevine Faith 1-0. Cedric Wilson scored the lone goal which was assisted by Sebastian Herrera. Keeper Sebastian Herrera played a strong match, stopping all seven shots in the win.

The Falcons look to keep the momentum going, as both JV and Varsity play at Cistercian at 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 14, 2015. Cistercian is located at 3660 Cistercian Road in Irving. TX 75039.  The Falcons' next home game is Tuesday, November 17, 2015 against Home School Athletic Association (HSAA.)

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Varsity  Game Stats:

1st goal scored by Aaron Marquez Hernandez; assisted by Robert Elizondo and Jose Zertuche. 18th minute. 1st Half

2nd goal scored by Jose Zertuche; assisted by Joshua Benavides. 24th minute. 1st Half

3rd goal scored by Cesar Paz; unassisted. 38th minute 1st. Half

4th goal scored by Aaron Marquez Hernandez; assisted by Joshua Benavides. 46th minute. 2nd Half

5th goal scored by Luke Hawkins; assisted by Jose Zertuche. 54th minute. 2nd Half




Photo: Senior Cesar Paz, Soccer team Captain.

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