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Jose Hernandez headed a cross from Isaac Nelson just wide of the goal. Nelson had his own bid for a goal skitter wide in the 13th minute.
Needless to say, Spartans head coach Lincoln Stiles was happy to see his team get back on the winning side of things.
"We've got a lot of growing to do. I had five sophomores and two freshmen out there at one point today," Grant said. "Ideally, they'd be playing JV and I really hope by next year we'll have a JV program where they can grow and develop. They're going up against juniors and seniors and they can wear us down. To a certain degree, I think that's what Oakmont did today."
"We put some pressure on them. The ball just wasn't going in. We hit a post, we put a couple over," Stiles lamented. "The kids started getting tight. We haven't scored a lot of goals on the year and I told them at halftime that they had to stick with our system and not think Guess Purses Macys
"They just got anxious," Grant said of the missed chances. "We don't have that amazing shooter, so we need to set up and play to space. The opportunities will come if we settle down."
The Red Raiders contended that Pepoli had his hand on the ball and, by rule, possession. The referee closest to the play ruled that the keeper's hand came off the ball as moved on the ground and the goal stood.
"We'll take it. It's ugly at times, but we controlled some play. After a tough loss on Friday, it's good to get one back," Stiles said. "We just want to keep moving in the right direction. Fitchburg came out and fought today."
The game could have easily been out of reach early on if the Spartans were able to put their shots on target. Just two minutes in, Chase Hamel's bid from 18 yards struck the framework of the goal and bounded clear. And midway through the half, Nunez took a shot that sailed just high.
Fitchburg had perhaps its best look at the net in the 48th minute, when Rolex Sea Dweller 2017
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they should be scoring a certain number of goals. Just play the system and the goals will come."
Oakmont finally breaks through against Fitchburg
Nick Kosmidis nearly tied the game with 12 minutes to go, but his shot from 16 yards away sailed high over the crossbar.
"Cody got that goal there and that's a great way to go," Stiles said. "He goes in there and it's a blue collar goal. We'll take goals however we can."
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"I've got a very young defense and they've held up pretty well," first year Fitchburg coach Doug Grant said. SENTINEL ENTERPRISE / BRETT CRAWFORDOakmont gained insurance with three minutes to go courtesy of a Javier Nunez marker. Nunez collected the ball in the box, turned to the middle and sliced a shot across the goal mouth and into the net.
control of the majority of play, the Spartans struggled to hit the net. And one quick counter from an ever improving Fitchburg squad could have spelled defeat at Fitchburg High School.
Fitchburg (0 7) held its guest scoreless until the 65th minute, when Oakmont punched in a goal that had the Red Raider bench up in arms. David Quaye's long shot was stopped by netminder Joey Pepoli (7 saves), but the rebound escaped him and Cody Bates crashed the net, tapping the ball over the line for what proved to be the game winner.
FITCHBURG In need of a victory, the Oakmont Regional boys' soccer team found itself facing an issue that has become all too familiar this season.
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