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ACCS boys soccer blanks Central Private

NATCHEZ — Dylan Galbreath led the Rebels with two goals as ACCS fought through the cold temperatures and steady rain to get the win against Central Private Tuesday.

Austin Walker scored first for ACCS in the seventh minute, followed by a goal by Lester Wells in the 16th minute. Galbreath scored his two goals in the 23rd and 29th minutes.

“In wet and sloppy conditions, our guys came out very aggressive and played a great match,” ACCS head coach Jimmy Allgood said.

“Dylan Galbreath really stepped up his game today. He took the ball down the side two different times, getting past the back defenders to hit the back of the net.”

Zach Pintard got the shutout for ACCS (11-1-3, 3-1), which will host Cathedral at 6 p.m. today.

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