The Chesterton boys soccer team scored early and often in winning its
Duneland Athletic Conference opener 11-0 at Michigan City on Wednesday.
“We had the bus breakdown on the Interstate and with it being the first
conference game, sometimes your team doesn’t respond to adversity in a
situation like that,” Chesterton coach Jamie Sensibaugh said. “We did
tonight. It was a complete team win.”
Trojan goals were scored by Billy Biehl (3), Trent Weller (2), Nate Needham
(2), Datin Ringas, Jared O’Dell and John Ward. Michigan City also scored an
Assists were dished out by Jameson Sensibaugh (2), Drew Kamiski (2), Jason
Garmany, Michael James, Biehl, Ward, Weller and O’Dell.
Caleb Gmyrek recorded seven saves in notching his second shutout of the
Chesterton 3, Michigan City 0
The Chesterton junior varsity improved to 2-0 with 3-0 victory over Michigan
Scoring for the Trojans were Rico Zepeda, Brett Molnar and Kevin Jugovic.
Owen Hallas had the lone assist.
Joey Dishman had seven saves to record the shutout.