Brentwood Soccer Improves, Still Loses to Bayless
The McGehee brothers score for the Eagles.
Bayless soccer used seven different players to score seven goals in its win over Brentwood on Friday.
The score was 5-0 for Bayless at the half. Brentwood brothers, Josh and Dylan McGehee found the goal in the second period for a 7-2 final.
Bayless coach David Pozzo said the plan was to get up on the Eagles early.
“Last game they fought us pretty good all the way up to the half and we kind of broke them in the second half,” he said.
Brentwood coach Cory Grage said Bayless always brings a good team.
“They’re athletic and they move the ball well,” he said. It’s something for us to work on and aspire to, we’re five goals better than we were last time, that’s the way we can look at it.”
The last time they played it was a 10-0 Bayless win.
Josh McGehee’s goal halfway through the second half was a scramble. His first shot was blocked.
“After the first time I could not see because I was on the ground,” he said. “Rayce (Lynch) kicked it off the post, and then Jimmy Schoemehl was able to get there, and then it was right next to the goal keeper, so I was able to put it in. that was one of the crazier goals that I’ve ever seen.”
His brother, junior, Dylan McGehee scored again on a free kick just over the Bayless keeper’s hands.
Brentwood’s next game is against Maplewood Richmond Heights (2-10) on Oct. 2.