It took a while before someone put up the first goal on Augusta’s new soccer scoreboard. Andover senior Brock Miller finally got a goal on the scoreboard with 14:35 left in the game. He scored a second goal after splitting two Oriole defenders and kicking high over Ian Hall to lead Andover’s boys soccer team to a 2-0 victory. The win spoiled the night for the Orioles’ soccer program, who gave honor to PT Plus, Sudduth Realty and Augusta Rental for their contributions for the scoreboard. Despite good defensive efforts from Josh Riddle and Landon Baker, Andover outshot the Orioles 13-4, though most of them came late in the game. Augusta’s offense played with the blustery winds in the first half, which carried a lot of the dump-in passes too far to reach. Even still, neither offense play particularly well. Both midfields made it hard to get breakaway, though Andover made nice passes down the line and turned upfield quickly. Jesse Brookins took a deep shot that was saved, in the first half, but no other Oriole was close for the rebound and a sure goal. During the second half, Andover’s Tyler Kvasnicka made a fancy move to get by an Oriole defender, then crossed a pass backwards to Andre Campagnoli, but Ian Hall made a tough save. Michael Just and Jordan Haas also had shots on goal for Augusta. Ryan Albright tried to make something out of nothing in a desparation attempt late in the game, but the shot never reached the goalie. The Trojans improve to 5-1-2 on the season. Augusta drops to 2-5 on the season.