girls soccer team had little trouble in picking up a 5-0 non-conference
victory at Elkhart Central on Saturday.
“We wanted to add
Elkhart Central to strengthen our schedule,” Chesterton coach Ben Forgey
said. “This was the first time we played them and it was a good test.”
The Trojans got a
pair of goals from Addy Joiner, while Ashlee Bakaitis, Kaitlyn Kogl and
Olivia Kesling also tallied goals in the win.
“We didn’t play our
best soccer in the first half,” Forgey said. “We were much better in the
second half. We played with more composure and purpose.”
Kogl and Bakaitis
each recorded as assist.
“Addy and Ashlee
had their usual good performances,” Forgey said. “We had just as good of
attacking performances from our center mids, especially Kaitlyn Kogl.”
Carley Balas and
Hollie Skoczek combined in goal for the shutout.
“Our defense is
taking pride in completing games without conceding any goals,” Forgey said.
“It did take one very good save from Carley (Balas) to keep it, but our
defense did a great job of not allowing many chances.”
to the field on Tuesday when they travel to Crown Point to take on the
Bulldogs. The JV game is scheduled for 5 p.m.
Elkhart Central 0
girls junior varsity beat Elkhart Central 1-0 on Saturday.
scored the game’s only goal, while Hollie Skoczek and Liz Pokorney combined
in goal for the shutout.