Park Hill South gave up the final two goals in a winless two games at the Olathe Classic over the weekend. The Panthers played to a scoreless draw with Olathe Northwest on Friday, Sept. 2 then lost 2-1 to Olathe East on Saturday, Sept. 3.
Against Olathe East, Park Hill South took an early lead in the third minute on a goal for Ryan DiBernardo off of an assist for Tyler Pisoni. The advantage only lasted 12 minutes before Olathe East leveled, and the Hawks took the lead 13 minutes into the second half. Both goals came off of set pieces.
Park Hill South managed only one shot in the first loss of the season.
Against Olathe Northwest, Park Hill South held an advantage of 4-3 on shots taken but neither team scored in regulation nor two overtime periods. Noah Brizendine made three saves in goal for the Panthers to earn a clean sheet.
Lee’s Summit North 3 Park Hill 0
The Trojans lost a third straight Thursday, Sept. 1 at Park Hill District Soccer Complex in Riverside, Mo. while finishing a stretch of five games in eight days. All three losses were in Suburban Conference Gold Division play, and they sat at 3-4 overall entering a Tuesday, Sept. 6 matchup with Staley.
Raymore-Peculiar 4, Park Hill 2
The Trojans allowed four unanswered in the second half of a Gold Division defeat Wednesday, Aug. 31 in Raymore, Mo.
Nico Bosmediano put Park Hill ahead in the 15th minute with a penalty kick, and Andrew Rich tallied off of a corner kick 10 minutes later to double the advantage. The Trojans went into halftime ahead 2-0, but Raymore-Peculiar equalized in the first 4 minutes of the second half and went on to add two more.
Park Hill played minus two starters coming off a tough loss to Lee’s Summit two days earlier.
Oak Park 2, Platte County 1, OT
The Northmen won on a golden goal Thursday, Sept. 1 at Pirate Stadium.
Chandler Peterson, Platte County’s star senior midfielder, scored in the 29th minute to level the score — 9 minutes after Oak Park’s opener. He tallied the goal on an assist from senior defender Zach Rolofson, who slid a through ball in from midfield to spring Peterson for the equalizer.
The two teams played a scoreless second half.
Platte County stood at 3-2 entering a nonconference matchup with Liberty North on Tuesday, Sept. 6. The result was not available at The Citizen’s deadline.