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CHS girls soccer shuts out Crown Point

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The Chesterton girls soccer team took control early and never let it go.

The Trojans dominated all facets of the game and picked up a 4-0 Duneland Athletic Conference victory at Crown Point on Tuesday night.

“You would like to play 80 minutes of good soccer every night,” Chesterton coach Jason Conway said. “It’s hard to do, but we did it tonight. And it was every player on every possession. It’s the best game we’ve played beginning to end all year.”

Chesterton goalkeeper Molly McLaughlin made the game’s first big play É on offense. McLaughlin’s free kick found a streaking Carley Perkins behind the Bulldog defense. Perkins’ cross to Addy Joiner resulted in the game’s first tally.

Madi Callaway scored in the game’s 10th minute with a free kick from just over 40 yards away for a 2-0 lead.

Goals by Jenna Wadding and another by Joiner pushed the lead to 4-0 at the half.

CP attempted to get back in the game in the second half, but McLaughlin recorded six saves in picking up the shutout victory.

Chesterton 4, Crown Point 0


Chesterton - Addy Joiner 2 goals; Madi Callaway 1 goal; Jenna Wadding 1 goal; Molly Slatcoff 1 assist; Sydney Scott 1 assist; Molly McLaughlin 6 saves.

Crown Point -- Grace Lynch 4 saves; Madi Dross 1 save.

Record: Chesterton 6-3 (4-0 DAC), Crown Point 6-1 (3-1 DAC).


Posted 9/6/2017




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