A pair of second-half goals carried the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M men’s soccer team to a 2-0 victory at St. Charles (Missouri) Community College Sunday, Sept. 16 at Red Robertson Field.

Seminole State College rolled to a 7-1 win over the Lady Norse in a Sunday game played at Ada.

“We really played well the whole game,” NEO men’s coach John Parrigon said. “We were missing some key guys due to injury, but still played our system in the same style and it paid off.

After battling to a scoreless draw over the first 40 minutes, the Golden Norse broke through with a goal by Dylan Galhardo, a freshman midfielder from Paris, France.

Noble sophomore midfielder Draye Ritchey finished things off in the final five minutes of the game on a breakaway.

The Norse improved to 2-5 on the season while St. Charles slipped to 3-4.

Women: Seminole State 7, NEO 1

Alexis Davis, a sophomore forward from Norman, had two goals and three assists for the Belles, 8-1 overall and 2-1 in conference play, who were up 5-0 at the break.

“They weren’t bad. However, we didn’t show up, which made them look even better,” Lady Norse coach Lisa Bell said.

Freshman midfielder Lauren Ramon scored twice for Seminole while Nakayenze Yukada, Giselle Longoria and Kasana Spybuck also scored.

Fortune Kede, a sophomore forward from Ghana, had the lone goal for the Lady Norse (3-5 and 1-3) at 83:33.

NEO travels to El Reno on Thursday, Sept. 20 for matches at Redland Community College.