Butler - 1 Norwin - 0
Butler - 2 Seneca Valley - 1
Ryan Armahizer and Jake Gamble scored the goals with assists coming from Nathan McCandless and Jake Huey.

Butler - 1 North Allegheny - 0 (2OT)
Jake Huey scored off an assist by Jake Gamble with 6:30 remaining in the second overtime as Butler downed North Allegheny 1-0.
Zeke O'Donnell picked up the shutout in goal for the Golden Tornado (12-3-1, 7-2).

Butler 2, Bethel Park 1 (2OT)
Jake Gamble scored the game-winning goal with five minutes left in double overtime as the Tornado stunned the previously undefeated Black Hawks.
Alex Crouse assisted on the goal. The Golden Tornado's goal in regulation was scored by Jake Huey, assisted by Gamble.
Zeke O'Donnell made several saves for Butler (11-3-4).
Bethel Park entered the game with a 15-0 record, outscoring its opposition 106 to 9, with 10 shutouts.

Butler - 3 North Hills - 1
Alex Crouse scored two goals and Ryan Armahizer added one. Matt Krietzer had two assists and Jake Gamble tallied the other.

Butler - 3 Shaler - 2 . Two goals by Jake Huey and a game winner by Jake Gamble. Alex Crouse, CJ Burger and Nathan McCandless each had assists.

Butler - 3 Seneca Valley - 0
Jake Gamble had two goals and Ryan Armaheizer tallied the 3rd. Assists were by Alex Crouse and Taylor Blose.
Butler - 3 NA - 2
Goals by Ryan Hohn, Ryan Armaheizer and Jake Gamble. Jake Huey and Blake McChesney had the assists
Butler - 2 North Hills -0
Butler Boys Varsity soccer defeated North Hills 2-0. Goals by Taylor Blose and Ryan Armaheizer. Jake Huey had two (2) assists.
The Butler JV team won 2-1.
The Golden Tornado Boys soccer team won the Hempfield Tournament for the third successive year, defeating Gateway 3-0 in the finals..
Jake Gamble scored two goals with Ryan Armahizer adding a goal and assist in the championship game. The Golden Tornado defeated Latrobe, 2-0, in the semifinal round.
Jake Huey registered two goals as Butler dispatched Greensburg Central Catholic 3-1 in the first round of the tournament.
Butler 3, Baldwin 0 Ryan Armahizer scored all three goals for the Golden Tornado (4-0) and goalie Zeke O'Donnell got the shutout.
Butler 2, Shaler 1
Jake Campbell scored the game-winning goal in overtime on an assist from Blake McChesney as the Golden Tornado defeated the Titans. McChesney also scored a goal in the win.

Another #1 WPIAL ranked team bites the dust via the Golden Tornado...
Boys Soccer
Butler - 2 Bethel Park - 1 (OT)

Butler - 3 Hampton - 0

Butler - 1 Seneca Valley - 0
Ben Horner scores game winner...

Butler - 3 Seneca - 2 (2OT)

The road to the PIAA State Championship
Golden Tornado Boys Soccer 20-2-1 heads to states...

- 3 Fox Chapel - 2

WPIAL Soccer Championships

Round 1
(18-1-1) topped Baldwin (12-8), 3-1. Doug Moran scored twice for Butler, which has won seven consecutive games.

Round 2
Kevin McCune: "I was in the right place at the right time."
Butler - 2 Bethel - 1
Ryan Armahizer and Doug Moran each tallied a goal to lead the Butler boys soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Bethel Park. Ben Horner assisted on both goals for Butler.

Butler - 2 Fox Chapel -0
Wade Grubbs and Doug Moran each scored goals to lift the Butler boys soccer team to a 2-0 shutout win over Fox Chapel.
Butler goalkeepers Tim Duffy and Zeke O'Donnell kept the Foxes off the scoreboard.

Butler - 3 Hampton - 0
Butler's Doug Moran scored all four goals as the Butler boys soccer team dispatched Pine-Richland 4-1.
Ben Horner had three assists and Jack Peluso-Hoffman had one assist for the Golden Tornado (6-0, 2-0).

Butler 4, Montour 2 — The Golden Tornado scored four goals in 18 minutes of play to erase a 2-0 deficit.
Doug Moran tallied two scores while Taylor Blose and Ben Horner each scored once.
Jack Peluso-Hoffman and Wade Grubbs had assists in the win.

Butler 4, Shaler 0 — Jake Huey, Andrew Schnur, Ryan Guiste and Ben Horner scored for the Golden Tornado (17-1-1), who wrapped up their first section title since 1994.
Troy Mohney, the team's current coach, played on that 1994 squad.
Tim Duffy was the winning goalkeeper for Butler, which outscored its opponents 58-13 this season.
"After our loss to Pine-Richland, we concentrated on our defense and we've given up just one goal since,"Butler coach Troy Mohney said.
The WPIALsoccer playoff meeting ...
"It's up to the committee where they put you, but with the quality of teams we've played, in section and out of section, hopefully we'll get a good draw,"Mohney said.

Butler 4, Kiski Area 0
The Golden Tornado warmed up for their section finale by dominating the Cavaliers in a non-section affair.

Junior midfielder Andrew Schnur scored two first half goals and teammates Jake Huey and Nathan McCandless tallied insurance scores in the second half for Butler.

Travis Reges (Butler), a senior midfielder for the Thiel College men's soccer team, was named to the all-tournament team following the Penn State-Altoona Fall Invitational.

Butler - 3 Fox Chapel - 2(OT)
Butler - 1 Norwin - 0 (2OT)
Butler - 3 Baldwin - 1

Stingy start

Butler's varsity boys soccer team allowed just three goals while getting off to a 9-0 start this season:
Opponent Score
Highlands 3-0
Schenley 1-0
Ringgold 1-0
N. Allegheny 2-1
Shaler 3-0
Kiski Area 4-0
North Hills 1-0
Montour 2-1
Pine-Richland 4-1

Ben Horner, Ryan Armahizer and K.J. Ludlum each scored a goal and added an assist as the Butler boys soccer team defeated Pine-Richland 4-1 moving the Golden Tornado's record to 9-0.
Wade Grubbs also scored for the Golden Tornado, who took a 3-0 lead by halftime.
Armahizer's goal, off a rebound, upped the count to 4-0 before Matt Hickey scored the Rams' lone goal.

The Butler boys soccer team bounced back from its first loss of the season against Seneca Valley with a 2-0 shutout over Sewickley Academy.
Ben Horner and K.J. Ludlum each scored goals for the Golden Tornado (11-1).

Butler 3, Shaler 0 -
Doug Moran scored all three Tornado goals and Tim Duffy and Zeke O'Donnell combined for the shutout in net.
Butler (12-2, 6-2)
The Butler boys soccer team bounced back from its first loss of the season against Seneca Valley with a 2-0 shutout over Sewickley Academy.
Ben Horner and K.J. Ludlum each scored goals for the Golden Tornado

Butler 1, Franklin Regional 0 -
Doug Moran scored in the first half for the Golden Tornado (14-2, 6-2), Ben Horner drawing the assist. Zeke O'Donnell was the winning goaltender.