Tyler Dykstra got another shutout as the Jamestown Community College men's soccer team downed Corning CC, 2-0, in the NJCAA Region 3, Division 3 on Saturday.
Dykstra picked up his fifth shutout with five saves as JCC ran its record to 3-2-2 in the region and 5-4-2 overall. The loss dropped Corning to 1-6.
The game was scoreless until six minutes remained in the first half when Nico Beringrud scored from Nolan Farr for his fourth goal of the season.
The Jayhawks added an insurance goal at 15 minutes of the second half when Evan Ahlstrom tallied off a corner kick from Gage Bird for his second goal of the season.
''We dominated the game as we outshot them, 18-8, and had a 10-1 advantage on corner kicks,'' said JCC coach Pat Anderson.
Next action for JCC is at 4 p.m. Monday against the visiting Roberts Wesleyan jayvees.
WOMEN POST SHUTOUT
Kylie Wilson turned in quite a performance for the Jamestown Community College's women soccer team.
Wilson scored five times and Kirsten Green added four assists as JCC (2-2, 3-5) romped over Corning CC (1-6), 9-0, in NJCAA Region 3, Division III action.
''I am not sure if it is a record, but for me it is the most any girl has gotten since I have been coaching, '' said JCC coach Dana Shelters of Wilson's goal-scoring binge.
The Jayhawks were off and running early as Bri Swanson scored her second goal just 23 seconds in from Green. Then, Wilson got the next three tallies at seven minutes from Green, at 33 minutes from Sam Mann and at 35 minutes.
Mann had her first goal of the season from Wilson at 40 minutes as the Jayhawks ended up with a 5-0 halftime lead.
In the second half, Mann started the scoring from Wilson at one minute, Wilson got her fourth goal from Elizabeth Roosa at eight minutes, Jenelle Jasinski tallied from Green at 20 minutes and Wilson closed out the scoring from Green at 39 minutes.
Kaitlin Knott got her first collegiate shutout for JCC by making four stops and JCC had 28 shots on the Corning CC goaltender.
JCC entertains Mercyhurst-North East on Wednesday at 2 p.m.