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Westmont Falls at Point Loma, 3-1

In a battle between coaching brothers, Phil Wolf's Point Loma men's soccer team defeated Dave Wolf's Westmont Warriors, 3-1, in a nonconference match in San Diego on Saturday.
 
All of the scoring occurred in the first half. In just the fourth minute, Indiana Fuller touched in a pass from Will Cline to put the Sea Lions up 1-0. Cline then scored the next two goals.
 
Westmont's lone goal came in the 41st minute when Gabe Thurner converted a penalty kick.
 
The game brought to a conclusion the Warriors' non-conference season. Both of the Warriors' losses have come against NCAA Division II teams. Against NAIA schools, the Warriors are 3-0.
 
Next week, Westmont begins Golden State Athletic Conference play. On Tuesday, the Warriors will travel to Fullerton for a game against Hope International (5-0-2). On Saturday, Westmont will host San Diego Christian (5-3) in a men's and women's doubleheader. The men will play first at noon, followed by the women at 2:30.

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