'Horns overcome Rockdale, 2-0, advance to second round of state playoffs

It wasn't easy. For the first 67 minutes of Wednesday's first-round state playoff match against the Rockdale County Bulldogs (7-9-0), Lambert boys varsity (17-1-0) had nothing but frustration to show for its efforts. That all changed with just 12:17 left on the clock. Campbell Wilson lofted a picture-perfect corner kick over the defense to striker Hayden Fontana who tucked a header past the Bulldog keeper and into the back of the net for a 1-0 Longhorn lead. It was Fontana's 22nd goal of the season and the fans exploded with glee and relief. For most of the game, the Lambert attack was stymied by a tough, stay-at-home Bulldog defense and a skilled, acrobatic keeper. Not that the Lon

'Horns blast Harrison, 6-0, finish 16-1-0

Four Lambert boys varsity players accounted for a season-high six goals as the Longhorns (16-1-0) Thursday wrapped up their regular season play with a resounding 6-0 thumping of the Harrison Hoyas (7-10-1) at the Horn. Sophomore Yeonsung Lee and senior Thomas Powers each scored two goals. Seniors Hayden Fontana and Trey Hines also got on the score sheet, with one goal each. Fontana, now with 21 goals on the season, got Lambert off to a quick start only 5 minutes into the first half. The striker broke through the Hoya defense, faked the keeper to the ground, then zipped the ball into the net. Lee added Lambert's second goal at the 33-minute mark, gathering in a long pass, slipping around

Fontana nets FOUR as ‘Horns rout Denmark

It was a memorable night for eight graduating Lambert boys varsity players who were recognized by the team before Tuesday’s match against Denmark High School. Once the game started, one of them—striker Hayden Fontana—made even more memories, scoring four goals in the first half, pacing the Longhorns (15-1-0) to a 5-0 win over the Denmark Danes (4-11-1). Fontana started his scoring rampage at the 10-minute mark of the half, heading in a slick cross from the corner from forward Thomas Powers. Powers, also a graduating senior, scored a goal of his own just six minutes later. The play was set up by another graduating senior, Kyler Darsey, who stole the ball from the Danes keeper. Darsey mad

Longhorns use free kick firepower to subdue West Forsyth

Lambert boys varsity completed an undefeated regular season road schedule Monday with a 3-1 win at West Forsyth (0-12-2). And, in this match, they pulled out the heavy artillery to dismantle their opponents. Two of the Longhorn goals came on powerful free kicks. As they have through much of the season, Lambert scored first, with senior Kyler Darsey finding the net on a beautiful header with 22 minutes remaining in the first half. Twelve minutes later, the ‘Horns padded their lead on a blistering free kick by captain Nick Alliston.. But, West fought back, scoring a goal in the last five minutes of the half. In fact, the Wolverines played some of their best soccer in the match as the cloc

Longhorns back in the win column with another clean sheet

Lambert varsity boys notched their tenth shutout of the season Friday, winning at Forsyth Central, 2-0. Keepers Chris Jones and Cole Scott, and defenders Jay Patterson, Noah Sivinski. Harry Maughan, Trey Kirksey, Campbell Wilson and Nick Alliston put up a stone wall throughout the match, shutting down a Bulldogs’ offense which had clicked for eight goals in their previous two matches. The Longhorn offense, often lethal in the second half this season, grabbed the lead early in this match. Senior Thomas Powers scored first on a blistering shot from 13 yards out at the 23-minute mark of the first half. It was Powers’ fourth goal of the season, assisted by senior Jay Patterson. Seniors cli

Longhorns lose to N.Gwinnett on PKs

The North Gwinnett Bulldogs (9-3-1) Tuesday handed Lambert boys varsity (12-1-0) their first loss of the season, 2-1. The match was decided on penalty kicks (4-3, North Gwinnett), after ending 1-1 following 80 minutes of regulation time and a 15-minute overtime. The teams battled through a scoreless first half, but the ‘Horns were not without their chances. Striker Hayden Fontana almost converted a Bulldog giveaway in the first ten minutes of the match, but his shot went wide. With 13 minutes left in the half, the North Gwinnett keeper made a big save on Jay Patterson’s attempt to convert a corner kick from close range. In the second half, the Bulldogs scored the first goal of the matc

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