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Aletheia. volume (None) 1977-1997, November 07, 1996, Image 2

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Burton, Kilgore, and Arias Lead Cavs to 7-3 Victory In Finale Dy Clirisfiaii Malone I he men’s soeeer team niiisheci out the 1996 season witli a 7-3 thrasliing of Southern Wesleyan at the Montreal Soccer Complex in Black Mountain. Eric Burton’s second hat trick of the season and two goals apiece from Scott Kilgore and Alex Arias provided the scoring punch for the Cavaliers. Before the game, senior back Jason Guengerich, a four-year starter for the Cavaliers, was recognized before his final game in a Montreat uniform. Guengerich has been an integral part of the soccer program the past four seasons and his presence will be missed. Also recognized were departing exchange students Neil Summers and Stephen Kinney. Early on. Montreat had several scoring opportunities, but couldn’t put the ball past Southern Wesleyan goalie J.R. Owens, who made several great saves to stymie the Cavaliers. The Warriors took an early 2-0 lead, putting two tough shots past Cavalier goalie Brian Letendre. But soon afterwards, the momentum swung the opposite way. Burton put the Cavs on the board, scoring on a textbook breakaway set up by a great pass from Kerwin Francois, which cut the lead to 2-1. Five minutes later, the Cavaliers worked the ball inside near the Southern Wesleyan goal, and Kilgore hammered one home from five feet away to tie the score. Kilgore then gave the Cavs the lead several minutes later with a header out of Owens’ reach, his team-leading 19th of the season. The Cavs would hold on to the lead the rest of the game. Burton made it 4-2 with his ninth goal of the season right before halftime. Early in the second half, the Warriors cut it to 4-3, scoring on a header out of the reach of new Cavalier goalie Ehren Killian, which was set up by a possible missed offsides call on S.W. Killian would then turn into a wall, and the Warriors wouldn’t find the net again. The Cavaliers, however, were far from finished scoring. Arias scored his eighth goal of the season to make it 5-3. 1 hen, ten secotids later, the Bolivian native lit the lamp again with another blast. 11 is two goals turned the contest into a romp, and made it three multi-goal scorers for Montreat. Burton then finished his second hat trick of the season by taking a pass at the top of the box and nailing a bullet into the upper left corner of the goal, his tenth goal of the season, to finish the scoring at 7-3. Summers said, “We kicked their butt. After they got that 2-0 lead on us, I think we woke up and turned it on. I'his had to have been one of our best offensive performances of the season.” The Cavaliers lltiished the season at 6-11-1. Burton, Casey Short, and Francois all agree that this was a hard-luck season for them, and that they should have beaten every TVAC team but Bryan, but were done in by bad breaks. With all but three players scheduled to return in ‘97, the future should bode well for Cavalier soccer. Men’s and Women’s Basketball Studying On a Prepare For a Promising Season iday Night By Sliellie Bowser The Montreat Basketball teams have been practicing since October 1. Practice has been going well for both teams. The tnen have been working long hours in the gym and the weight room. Aaron Gilchrist,senior, expressed, “Practice is going well. We are strong in all positions and it will only take a few & Senior Aaron Gilchrist gets carried away in practice while teammates look on in disbelief. games for everyone to click at the new positions and systems.” The men’s team beat Crossfire at home this Thursday in a down-to-the-wire finish winning 87-84. Their next home game is November 19 against Virginia Intermont at 7:30pm. The women’s team is also gearing up for action. Senor Lisa Griffin commented, “We are a young but very talented team and expect to do well in our conference this season.” I he team has already conquered Brevard in a scrimmage. On .Saturday, November 2, the women played the Western Carolina All-Stars. Expecting a big defeat, the Cavs held the All-Stars at half time and were defeated by less than twenty points. The women’;; first home game is on November 19 against Virginia Intermont at 5:30pm. Continued from page 2 has hosted a midnight bowling, several coffee houses, game room tournaments, movies, dances, outdoor hikes, and offered concert tickets to major music artists—.such as Phil Keaggy. And there’s more to come. “We are planing to have a Christmas and spring dance this year—as well as other interesting activities,” said Darby. Either way you look at it, students at Montreat won’t find it too hard to find something fun to do on the weekends— thanks to student activities. Besides, who really wants to study on weekends anyway? Upcoming Events Friday- 7p.m. movie in Gaither Fellowship Hall.-“Tlie Band Played On”. Convo Credit discussion follows Saturday- 5p.m. Crossfire Rally at Asheville Civic Center. Sign up at Rob Anderson’s otfice for a ride. Sunday- 1p.m. Paintball LollapaDavis 111 Takes Davis By Storm By Stephanie Italiano This year LollapaDavis took place on Wednesday October 30, 1996. The accomplished Bill SInigart, on guitar, in a display of bravery started the night off with a song he and his brother cowrote called Crazy Drive. Bill was accompanied by Stephen Woodworth on the bongo. Next was the love struck Chris I5ay who played a song for the audience which he had written for a girl. Chris also played the guitar. After Chris came a group of striving young artists, the band con sisted of Joe Stratton on the harmotiica, Chet Landaker on the guitar, Adam Johnson also on the guitar, Stephen Woodworth on the bongo, and Tim Partlow on the bongo as well. These boys Just made up songs on the spot in a show of real musical talent. The campus wide acclaimed Martha Maude played the guitar next. She did a song from the “Datnn Yankees” called “What about Love” which is a song by heart. Wes Caldwell and Monica Yoon were the last two to preform that night . Wes played and sang a song called “PDA” (Public Display of Anger) which he and a friend wrote; while Monica Yoon sang the song “Power of Love” acapella. Tim Partlow expressed, “I thought it went well but it will be much better next time.” The Aletheia Editor Arianne Frain Contributors Shellie Bowser, Daryl Bryant, Shazettc Davis, Ben 1 lelzel, Stephanie Italiano, Christian Malone, .lennifer Mobley, Eric R. Salter Advisor Dave Sperry The Aletheia welcomes student editorials subject to standards of length and clarity. Signed submissions may be sent to Box 894 in Ihe Document Center.

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