First half goals provide difference for CBC over Harris-Stowe

CBC Sports 
Erik Holth, Sports Information Director

ST. LOUIS, Mo.– A pair of first half goals combined with strong second half defense provided the Central Baptist College Mustang men’s soccer team the edge that they needed in a match against American Midwest Conference foe Harris-Stowe State. Goals from Nestor Moguel and Nelson Donynath gave CBC (3-9, 3-3 AMC) a lead they wouldn’t relinquish, defeating the Hornets (3-9, 2-5 AMC), 2-1.

Bryce Deaton, replacing a hobbled Sam Collins, made six important saves, including four in the second half to keep HSSU off the board. Moguel’s goal came in the sixth minute when it deflected off a Hornet defender and into the net. Harris-Stowe tied it five minutes later before Donynath received a corner kick in the 37th minute and put it in the back of the net to provide the difference.


  • Deaton earned the win, his first of the season
  • Moguel’s goal was his third of the year, placing him second on the team
  • Donynath’s goal was the first of his career
  • CBC outshot the Hornets 16-11 and had five corner kicks to their three


  • Justin Donovan’s goal was his second of the season
  • John Jancewicz had six saves in net


CBC returns home on Saturday for a visit from AMC rival Hannibal-LaGrange. Kickoff for the match is at 1 p.m.

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