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CHS Girls Soccer hands Crown Point first loss

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Anne Marie Radzik opened the door and Claire Galloway rushed through.

After 94 minutes of action and nine rounds of shootout soccer, the Chesterton girls soccer team improved to 4-0 in Duneland Athletic Conference play and 6-1-1 overall with a 1-1 (7-6 shootout) victory at Crown Point on Tuesday.

Kaylee Lindahl scored the game’s first goal just seven minutes into the game to give the Trojans a 1-0 lead. Lauren O’Keefe tied the game with just five minutes left in the half.

Things remained that way through double overtime and both teams connected four times in the first five round shootout.

Things remained the same through the next three rounds, but Radzik’s diving stop in the ninth round set the stage for Galloway. Radzik finished with nine saves.

Galloway found the back of the net through the lower 90 to end the match.

Chesterton 1, Crown Point 1 (CHS wins 7-6 in shootout)

AT CROWN POINT

Chesterton -- Kaylee Lindahl 1 goal; Anne Marie Radzik 6 saves.

Crown Point -- Lauren O’Keefe 1 goal; Meghan Morasan 8 saves.

Records -- Chesterton 6-1-1 (4-0 DAC); Crown Point 6-1-1 (3-1 DAC).

Junior Varsity

Crown Point 3, Chesterton 1

The Chesterton junior varsity dropped its first contest of the season in a 3-1 loss at Crown Point on Tuesday.

Scoring for Chesterton was Lennon Metz. Marissa Sullivan had seven saves in goal.

 

 

Posted 9/11/2013