The Falcons overcame some interesting weather and high energy opponent on Tuesday afternoon to pick up their first win of the 2016 season. After some physical and fast paced play in the first 30 minutes, the Falcons finally settled in. Freshman Joseph Suh scored the first of his two goals in the 35' after a rebounded shot. The half ended 1-0 in Faiths favor. The Falcons quickly doubled the lead thanks to a goal by Senior Zach Braem, assisted by Senior David Richtenburg. Richtenburg threaded a nice pass into the Braem who slotted the ball past the keeper. Braem doubled his tally on the day in the 58' after a long clearance from Braden O'Reilly. Suh finished up the scoring the the 66', tapping it home from close range. The Falcons out shot their opponents for the first time all season 21-11. The Falcons picked up their first clean sheet of the season, as well as the first shut out of Braden O'Reilly's career. The Falcons are back in action next Wednesday at Ron Tonkin Field against Gervais at 4 PM.

Faith    4
City    0

Joseph Suh    35'    (1)
Zach Braem    41'    (2)
Zach Braem    58'    (3)
Joseph Suh    66'    (2)

David Richtenburg    1 (2)
Braden O'Reilly         1

Braden O'Reilly    7

O'Reilly 1    (1)

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