Hereford’s boys soccer team made the hour-long trip to Camp Hill, Pennsylvannia to compete in the Cedar Cliff High School Tournament on Saturday.

The No. 6 Bulls represented Baltimore County well at the tournament, collecting two wins over Pennsylvannia schools.

In the 11 a.m. game, Hereford continued to show it’s offensive firepower, defeating Kennard-Dale of Fawn Grove 6-1.

The Bulls went up 4-0 at the half and never looked back. David Endres scored 2 goals for the Parkton school. Josh Kufera, Stephen Vicchio, Tyler Dimes and Brendan Jennings all scored goals in the win.

In the 3 p.m. game, Hereford faced South Western from Hanover.  Senior Tyler Dimes netted three goals while Danny Battle and Evan Anderson (one asisst) each scored a goal for the Bulls in a 5-0 victory.  Stephen Vicchio and AJ Endres both account for an assist.

Goal keeper Michael Warns stopped six shots to collect his first shutout of the season.

Next, Hereford will travel to North Harford on Tuesday at 6:45 for a non-conference matchup.

Cedar Cliff Tournament

No. 6 Hereford 6, Kennard-Dale 1

KD   0     1    —   1

H      4     2    —   6

Goals: H-Endres 2, Kufera, Vicchio, Dimes, Jennings.

Assists: H-Vicchio, Z. Beil, Warns.

Saves: H-Warns 2, E. Hess 3.

 

No. 6 Hereford 5, South Western (Pa.) 0

SW    0    0    —    0

H       3     2    —   5

Goals: H-Dimes 3, Battle, Anderson

Assists: H-Vicchio, Anderson, AJ Endres.

Saves: H-Warns 6.