The Chesterton boys soccer team took the field for the second straight game
determined not to let Billy Biehl’s injury define its season.
The Trojans won their third straight game since Biehl suffered multiple
facial fractures against Andrean last week with a 4-1 victory over Bishop
With a heavily-bandaged Biehl watching from the sidelines, the Trojans put
on a goal-scoring show that likely made the junior proud.
“We’ve been telling everyone to step it up,” Chesterton keeper Caleb Gmyrek
said. “We need everyone to step out of their comfort zone. We have three
captains, but that doesn’t mean everyone can’t be a leader.”
Jason Garmany took a pass from Trent Weller and got the scoring started in
the 7th minute. Sophomore Jameson Sensibaugh, moved to midfield because of
Biehl’s injury, scored in the 15th minute to give the Trojans a 2-0 lead at
“Someone has to step up when it comes to the games,” Weller said. “There are
more opportunities now and we need to take advantage of those.”
Chesterton’s offense took advantage of a driving wind in the first half and
then the defense tightened in the second half when the Warriors had the
wind. Bishop Noll scored in the 57th minute when Aaron Garza converted a
penalty kick. Gmyrek was untested for much of the match and saved the only
other shot that came his way.
Datin Ringas added his third goal of the season and his second off a penalty
kick in the 68th minute. Weller added Chesterton’s last goal in the 72nd
“That’s a good team and to only give up a penalty kick, we did very well
defensively,” Chesterton coach James Sensibaugh said. “These guys believe in
themselves. We’re progressing as we want to.”
Chesterton 4, Bishop Noll 1
Bishop Noll -- Aaron Garza 1 goal; Jonathan Lazano 7 saves.
Chesterton -- Trent Weller 1 goal, 1 assist; Jason Garmany 1 goal; Datin
Ringas 1 goal; Jameson Sensibaugh 1 goal; Caleb Gmyrek 1 save.
Records -- Bishop Noll 6-2-1; Chesterton 10-2.
Chesterton 7, Bishop Noll 0
The Chesterton boys soccer team improved to 12-0 on the year with a 7-0
victory over Bishop Noll on Saturday.
Scoring for the Trojans was Blake Notzen (3 goals), Matt Blake, Brett
Molnar, Rico Zepeda and Phil Flores.
Joey Dishman and Bailey Matthys combined for six saves in goal for the