The No. 9
Chesterton boys soccer team remained undefeated as they picked up a 2-0
victory over No. 16 Munster on Saturday.
“We wanted to keep
high pressure on them and double team all over the field,” Chesterton coach
Lucas Sabedra said. “We had to have a guy on their back as soon as they
received the ball. First half, I thought we did a great job of that.
“Second half, we
were a little bit defensive and just played our game.”
Zack Bowser took
little time in getting the Trojans on the board as he beat Munster
goalkeeper Tim Giannini just 3:10 into the game for a 1-0 lead.
“Zack wanted the
ball, stole it from the kid, and went one-on-one and beat the keeper,”
Sabedra said. “He did the same thing on the last goal. He got a pass and
then made a play. He’s tough.”
the scoring with 11:17 to play off a pass from Seth Conway.
“We knew we had to
go get this one with a tough week ahead of us,” Sabedra said. “We’ll play
four games in a week against four good teams. It was a nice start, but
there’s a lot of work to do.”
recorded two saves in the victory. Chesterton still hasn’t given up a goal
at home this season.
“Charlie is freaky
athletic and smart for his age as a sophomore,” Sabedra said. “He’s composed
and with his big brother Jack (Eaton) and Jordan (Carlson) in front of him.
We’ve got tough guys on the outside too.”
The Trojans return
to the field on Tuesday when they travel to Hammond Morton to face the No. 6
Governors. The JV game is set for a 5 p.m. start.