Paul Dunbar's Riley Calhoon, left, celebrated a goal with Matthew Spanyer in the first half. "The ball was just bouncing around inside the box," Calhoon said. "Just got in the right place at the right time, turned and shot."
Paul Dunbar's Riley Calhoon, left, celebrated a goal with Matthew Spanyer in the first half. "The ball was just bouncing around inside the box," Calhoon said. "Just got in the right place at the right time, turned and shot." Herald-Leader
Paul Dunbar's Riley Calhoon, left, celebrated a goal with Matthew Spanyer in the first half. "The ball was just bouncing around inside the box," Calhoon said. "Just got in the right place at the right time, turned and shot." Herald-Leader

No. 6 Paul Dunbar owns first half, shuts out No. 3 Henry Clay in boys' soccer

September 04, 2012 11:24 PM

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