The Chesterton boys
soccer team dropped a 4-2 decision at FW Canterbury on Saturday afternoon.
“It was a real hot
day and a long drive,” Chesterton coach Jamie Sensibaugh said. “We spent
most of the day chasing and you can’t play that way for long periods of
time. We need to learn from our mistakes today and move forward.”
The Trojans took a
1-0 lead on a corner kick from Bailey Arthur that found the head of Caleb
“After we scored,
we had a 10-15 minute stretch of bad communication that led to three
Trailing 3-1 at the
break, Chesterton got a goal from Andy VanNoort to pull within 3-2, but a
late Canterbury goal set the final score.
Trojan keeper Doug
Filipek had four saves in the loss.
to the field tonight when they travel to Hobart to face the Brickies. The JV
game is set for a 5 p.m. kickoff.