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Red hot Cougar striker Ian Hutchinson, shown here executing a corner kick, scored Campbell’s only goal in a 1-1 tie against Fall Mountain on September 22, along with both of his team’s goals in a 3-2 loss against Bow five days later.
by Marc Ayotte The Cougar boys’ soccer team traveled to Fall Mountain Regional High School last Thursday to take on the Wildcats in Division III action. The battle was the second head to head meeting of the season between the two mascots of the Family Felidae. The host Wildcats came into the contest riding a four game win streak, with their last loss coming at the feet of CHS (2-0) on September 2. Campbell, playing well also, entered the game, winners of six of their last seven. After 80 minutes of fierce regulation action and two subsequent over time periods could not determine a winner, what Cougar coach Steve Levine called “the best game all year” ended in a 1-1 tie. On the bus ride home, an animated Levine added, “Our kids played hard. You have to be proud of their effort; Fall Mountain is a really good team.” With the tie, Campbell’s record stood at 6-2-1, just one game behind third place Belmont in the win column. At the five-minute mark of the first half, a
defensive miscommunication on the Cougar’s part gave Fall Mountain the only lead enjoyed by either team on the day. After a long clear- in kick entered the Wildcat’s attack third of the field behind the Campbell backs, goalie Jacob Morgan was unable to secure possession of the ball, leading to FM’s only goal; “it was just a bad play overall” admitted coach Levine. With the two teams battling during the early going of the
second half, the Cougars finally got a golden scoring opportunity. At 17:23, Campbell striker Ian Hutchinson was given a direct kick from approximately 30 yards out. The red hot Cougar forward drilled his shot, curving ‘Spalding’ pass the Fall Mountain keep, into the upper right part of the net, knotting the score at one. CHS had an opportunity to win the game in regulation with a penalty kick, but the attempt sailed high and to the right – leading to the extra session. During the over time, Cougar keep Jacob Morgan played spectacularly. The junior goalie made three point blank saves, highlighted by a phenomenal save on a Wildcat striker from eight feet out, causing Levine to comment, “He saved the game.” Justin Prindle had a great game on defense. “He was all over the field” noted Levine. The Cougar coach also complimented Morgan’s solid performance between the posts, saying he “was a big force in the second half.” Three Game Winless Slide Drops CHS out of Top Five The Cougars stay in the top five of Division III soccer was short lived. Five days after climbing up the charts to the number five slot, Campbell took a road trip to Bow where they lost a tightly contested battle by the score of 3-2. The loss dropped the Cougars to 6-3-1 on the year, as they slipped (unofficially) into eighth place. Campbell surprised the Falcons by jumping out to an early 1-0 lead on a goal by Ian Hutchinson, who has been a goal-scoring machine of late for the Cougars. A breakdown by the Campbell defense almost six minutes later allowed Bow to tie the game at one apiece. At 11:11 of the first half, Hutchinson recorded his second goal of the game with a beautiful 30-yard shot that curved over the Falcon goalie’s extended left hand into the net, regaining the lead for CHS. The Cougar’s inability to control a loose ball in front of their own net led to Bow tying the game at 2-2 before heading into the intermission. Just over a third of the way into the final half, another Cougar defensive breakdown cost them. As Bow inbounded the ball from the side- about 8 yards away from the end line- Campbell was unable to properly set up its defense. The result was Bow’s third goal of the game, giving them their first lead, at 3-2. As the Cougars battle back, they were victimized by a questionable call that negated Hutchinson’s bid for the hat trick. Conor Douglas threw the ball in to teammate Ian Hutchinson, who was positioned strategically in the Bow box. The Cougar striker, struck again for what appeared to be the game-tying goal with only 7:00 minutes remaining. However, the goal was disallowed on an off side call by the near side official, prompting Cougar head coach Levine to say after the game, “it’s a shame, but those
things happen”. Campbell battled hard the rest of the way, but fell to Bow for the second time this season.
After the game, coach Levine, despite the loss, praised his Cougars by saying “they played
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by Sue LaRoche The lady Broncos remain winless this season, but their effort and quality of play has improved throughout the past two games and in particular on Tuesday, September 27, against the defending state champion Exeter squad. The Lady Broncos came out with a new defensive alignment, which seemed to be working as they held the 7-1 Exeter squad scoreless with 15 minutes remaining in the game. A one on one breakaway slipped past goalie Tori LaRoche, who had 25 saves on the night, to break the scoreless tie at the 14:52 mark. A penalty kick with three minutes to go gave Exeter a 2-0 closely contested victory. “The girls bought into this new defensive scheme tonight and it worked for a good portion of the game,” explained McAdam. “They gave a great effort tonight and something to build on for the remainder of the season.” Playing well were Jess Roberts, Kaela Craven, Daeghan Stone and Alicia Gillis. On Friday, September 23, the Broncos took one
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