girls soccer team turned it on after halftime and cruised to a 4-0
non-conference victory at Highland on Saturday.
“This was a tale of
two halves,” Chesterton coach Ben Forgey said. “First half, we had every
opportunity to be ahead. We had the ball the whole time in their end, had
chances, but we played into the traffic.”
Addy Joiner (2
goals), Sydney Stott and Gina Geenen all tallied second half goals once the
offense opened up.
“In the second
half, we were so much better,” Forgey said. “We were better organized, used
the ball better and made better decisions all over the field.”
Stott also dished
out a pair of assists in the win.
“If we had a player
of the game performance, it was Sydney Stott in the midfield,” Forgey said.
“She, and everyone else, raised their level. It was a much better
performance after halftime.”
recorded the shutout in goal.
The Trojans return
to the field on Tuesday when they travel to Portage to face the Indians. The
JV game is set for a 5 p.m. start.