Bishop Moore Catholic Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 22 - 6 - 2
  • Conference Record: 5 - 1

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Boys’ Soccer Season Ends in the Region Semifinal

The Bishop Moore Boys’ Soccer team lost a tough defensive battle that ended in regulation at 0-0. With an overtime goal to capture the win, the Melbourne Westshore High School team came out on top. Congratulations to the entire boys’ soccer program on a very successful season.

Bishop Moore Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

Thirteen Bishop Moore Seniors signed their national letters of intent on Wednesday in a ceremony in the gym. Congratulations to the following athletes and their future schools as they move on to the next level of competition: Matt W. — baseball — Bryant & Stratton Max T. — soccer – UNF Grace H. — soccer

Boys’ Soccer Wins Double Overtime Regional Game

The Bishop Moore Hornets Boys’ Soccer Team defeated Melbourne Central Catholic 2-1 Wednesday in the Regional Quarterfinal with a goal in the second overtime. The first goal of the game was scored by Geo G. with the winning goal by Cael S. with an assist by Aaron B. in the second overtime. The Hornets play

Boys’ Soccer Finishes District Runner-Up

The Bishop Moore Boys’ Soccer team suffered a 2-3 loss in the District Championship match on Penalty Kicks to rival Lake Highland Prep. The BMC goals were scored by Ollie and Gio G. The Hornets will move on to the regional quarterfinal where they will play at Melbourne Central Catholic on Wednesday at 7:00.

Boys’ Soccer Lashes Lopez for a Bid to District Championship Game

The Bishop Moore Boys’ Soccer team shut down Father Lopez Wednesday night 3-0 to advance to the District Championship game. Goals were scored by Max T., Nathan P., and Gio G. The Hornets have a record of 21-4-1 heading into the district final which will be played at home Friday evening at 7:00 pm.  

Boys’ Soccer Advances in Districts with a Win Over Windermere

The Bishop Moore Boys’ Soccer team made quick work of Windermere Prep Monday night in the district quarterfinal 8-0. Goal scorers on the night included Carlos S., Aaron B., and Cael S. The Hornets will move on to play in the District Semifinal Wednesday night at 5:00.  

Hornet Boys’ Soccer takes two from neighborhood rival Edgewater

The Bishop Moore JV team rebounded from their first loss of the season on Monday with a 2-0 win over Edgewater.  The Hornets benefited on an own goal off of a shot by sophomore Renaud S to take a 1-0 lead.  Before halftime, two freshmen doubled the lead to 2-0 with Colin O heading in

Boys’ Soccer Teams Host Freedom

Bishop Moore Hosted Freedom for non-district matchups. The JV boys soccer team suffered their first loss of the season.  The Hornets fell behind in the tenth minute of the game, but pressured the Patriots for the remainder of the half. The first half ended with Freedom holding onto the 1-0 lead. Bishop Moore continued the

Hornets Boys’ Soccer Teams post wins over Clearwater Central Catholic

The JV and Varsity teams won games over the visiting Marauders from CCC by the same 3-1 scoreline. The JV team got goals from Colin O and Pete G in the first half to take a 2-1 halftime lead.  Sophomore GK Nick F shut out the offense from the visitors during the second half and

Boys’ Varsity Soccer Puts the Freeze on Gateway

The Bishop Moore Boys’ Soccer team defeated Gateway High School Monday night 4-1. The goals were scored by Gio G., Oliver V., Danny D., and a stunning shot by Nathan P. The Hornets return to the pitch Wednesday night at Olympia High School 7:00.