Scoring at full strength

syeagle@lsjournal.comSeptember 25, 2013 

So far this season, Lee’s Summit West had lost two games, against Lee’s Summit and Columbia Rock Bridge.

Junior forward Tony Mok explains the losses as a loss of personnel.

“Last week, I got a red card and we had two people injured,” Mok said. “So against Lee’s Summit and Rock Bridge, we weren’t really on our full attack.”

Now back at full strength, the Titans handed a 6-0 loss to Raymore-Peculiar Sept. 23 at Lee’s Summit West.

“We did really well considering this is our first game back,” Mok said.

Mok scored four of the six goals, two in the first half. Two other goals in the first half were scored by senior forward Chase Fearon.

“I thought I did well,” Mok said. “I just wanted to help the team score.”

Mok sealed the victory with two more goals in the second half. The first he scored unassisted at the 31:12 minute mark. The second was scored off an assist by Fearon with 26:37 minutes left in the game.

The shut out for Lee’s Summit West was by sophomore goalkeeper Brad Hopkins.

With the win, the Titans move to 8-2 for the season, while Raymore-Peculiar falls to 0-9.

“The only two games we lost has been the last two where we had people gone,” Mok said. “We are looking really good and we are looking forward to hopefully going on to state.”

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