Wayland-Cohocton boys soccer hooped a home field advantage might be the ticket to break out of a short slide on Tuesday but fell 2-0 to Wellsville.

Wayland-Cohocton boys soccer hooped a home field advantage might be the ticket to break out of a short slide on Tuesday. But that wasn’t the case as the visiting Lions from Wellsville found the back of the net twice in the first half. Way-Co kept the Lions from scoring again, but struggled on offense and fell 2-0.


Way-Co had nine shots and four corners while goalie Matt Brunner was credited with a dozen saves.