YOUNGSTOWN -The Irish doubled up the Potters.
East Liverpool's Klayton Kosek scored two goals, but it was not enough as Youngstown Urusline came away with a 4-2 victory Wednesday over the visiting Potters.
Isiah Stokes tallied an assist for the Potters (1-5-1).
"We had no idea what to expect from them," first-year East Liverpoool head coach Zack Kinsey said. "we knew they were from the Youngstown area, so they had to be s good team. All teams from that area are pretty good."
East Liverpool used two goalies in the game.
Kevin Bankes made seven saves, and CJ Harris made five saves.
East Liverpool is scheduled to return to the field at 7 p.m. Tuesday against Catholic Central at Mangano Field.
"After our next game against Catholic Central we will be getting out of the toughest part of our schedule," Kinsey said. "After that, it should start easing up.
"I like playing good teams like this. It is great for the kids. They are learning each and every game."