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Trojans put away Forester booters in second half
Monday, October 14, 2013 10:06 AM
The Huntington University men's soccer team traded goals with host Taylor in the first half of their game on Saturday, Oct. 12, but the Trojans got hot in the second half and sent the Foresters to a 3-1 defeat.
Taylor's Caleb Bouchier, with help from Kevin Miller and Tim Daniels, and Huntington's Lucas Lengacher exchanged the first half scores for their respective squads.
The Trojans opened things up in the second half, though, when Tim Miller, off an assist by Devin Moore, and Danny Cawley, with help from Daniels, increased the score to 3-1, which stood up.
For the game, the Foresters fired 11 shots, seven on goal, to the Trojans' 16, with seven coming on frame.
Goalkeeper Drew Mattingly recorded four saves for Huntington, which drops to 6-7-2, 2-3-2 in the Crossroads League.
Michael Williams made six stops in goal for Taylor, which improves to 3-10-2, 2-5 in conference.