Sabres push Friends to limit, but fall short Own goal lone tally of game for Quak­ers in bat­tle of B con­tenders

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with 19 con­fer­ence points, per mi­aas­, while the Sabres (10 points) are tied with An­napo­lis Area Chris­tian at fourth place.

The Sabres, how­ever, are tied with the Quak­ers at only eight goals al­lowed across seven games for both sides, sig­nal­ing the di­vide be­tween the top and the mid­dle may not be too far off.

“Over­all, this con­fer­ence, every team in it can knock any­body off,” Sts. Peter & Paul head coach G.R. Can­non said via a tele­phone in­ter­view Fri­day evening. “Any­time, any­body is 5-0 to start the year, you’re go­ing to give them some credit.

“I thought it was a very winnable game,” Can­non added. “I think they were

The Saints Peter and Paul High boys’ soc­cer team fell 1-0 to Friends on Fri­day and watched their record drop to 3-3-1 over­all and in the Mary­land In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion B con­fer­ence.

Friends is the leader of B league

Goals have been a bit hard to come by for the Sabres early in the sea­son, but there are a lot of pos­i­tive marks in the effort cat­e­gory.

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