Yeovil Town continued their pre-season with a 2-1 victory over Plymouth Argyle at Home Park.
After traffic had held up the team bus the Glovers took a while to get going. The hosts tested Stech with the Yeovil number one forced into making some good early saves.
Town took the lead against the run of play when a Paddy Madden cross form the right wing was met by the head of James Hayter.
Yeovil doubled their advantage when Madden picked the ball up 25-yards out from goal and hit a venomous strike, which nestled in the bottom corner.
On 38 minutes Hayter had the ball in the back of the net with a smart back-heel, but Argyle were saved thanks to the assistants flag.
The second half began with the hosts making three changes and it was substitute Tyler Harvey who had the first chance of the second half, but his turn and shot was well saved by the legs of Stech.
Just moments later the youngster got his goal. He got on the end of a cross from midfielder Luke Young and 3steered the ball past Stech into the far corner.