'Canes win at Brewton-Parker, 2-1

The Georgia Southwestern men's soccer team picked up its first win of the season on Wednesday afternoon, defeating Brewton-Parker, 2-1, in Mount Vernon, Ga.

GSW took the early 1-0 lead when Sam Hooke crossed the ball to Kacey Barnard, who drilled a header to the near post past BPC goalkeeper Chris Coker in the 21st minute.  

The score remained 1-0 deep in to the second half as both sides were held scoreless until the 83rd minute when Fabian Moriera bounced in a header for the Barons off a corner kick from teammate Adam Beattie.

The 'Canes responded quickly and spoiled Brewton-Parker's comeback hopes 40 seconds later when Hooke drove his shot to the upper right corner of the goal for the game-winning score off a pass from Kevin Huet.  

Brewton-Parker outshot GSW 14-11 and led in corner kicks.

Southwestern returns home for a 5 p.m. match with Thomas University on Wednesday, Sept. 22. 

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