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Sports poll: Who would you trust to score the winning goal in a boys soccer game?

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Who would you trust to score the winning goal in a boys soccer game?

  • Chris Schmid (Shenendehowa) 10%
  • Eric Denny (Scotia-Glenville) 8%
  • Liam Roohan (Bethlehem) 78%
  • Ryan Casserly (Shaker) 4%

73 total votes.

It's the final five minutes of a boys soccer game. The score is tied. Who would you turn to for the game-winning goal? Here are four possibilities for you to consider in this week's Spotlight Sports Poll:

Chris Schmid (Shenendehowa) -- After missing the entire 2011 season to an injury, Schmid started the season strong by scoring eight goals in the first five games. Definitely a danger to score any time he gets the ball near the goal.

Eric Denny (Scotia-Glenville) -- In a balanced Tartans offense, Denny is the leader with eight goals including the game winner in a 3-2 Foothills Council victory over Broadalbin-Perth last week.

Liam Roohan (Bethlehem) -- Several Eagles could qualify as a go-to goal scorer in clutch situations, but Roohan is our pick as he leads the team with eight goals. Would he be your choice, too?

Ryan Casserly (Shaker) -- Casserly has been Shaker's most consistent goal scorer with six markers in the first eight games. He's proven to be the one the Blue Bison turn to when they need a goal.

Voting on this topic will remain open until midnight Monday, but don't wait until the last minute to cast your vote. Do it now.

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