2018-10-07 / Sports

CHS kickers lose at Montrose, fight Mt. Morris to scoreless tie


Chesaning’s Ben Schroeder sends the ball to the Mt. Morris goal in Thursday’s MMAC league game at Chesaning. The squads played to a 0-0 tie in the contest. Photo by Keith Salisbury Chesaning’s Ben Schroeder sends the ball to the Mt. Morris goal in Thursday’s MMAC league game at Chesaning. The squads played to a 0-0 tie in the contest. Photo by Keith Salisbury Chesaning’s varsity boys’ soccer team lost a 4-0 decision at Montrose last Tuesday before battling visiting Mt. Morris to a scoreless tie on Thursday in a pair of MMAC contests.

The Tribe trailed just 2-0 at intermission at Montrose before eventually falling to the Rams.

Two days later, the Indians couldn’t find the back of the net despite some good scoring opportunities against the Panthers.

Ethan Kohagen, Kayden Witt and Noah Sinicki led a pressuring defense for CHS while Ben Schroeder, Tyler Willing, Haylei Drope and Cayden Crofoot provided plenty of attack power on offense for the Tribe.

Tanner Williams was solid in net and finished with seven saves and a pair of gathers.


Chesaning’s Weston Wendling gets a header in Thursday’s scoreless clash with Mt. Morris. Photo by Keith Salisbury Chesaning’s Weston Wendling gets a header in Thursday’s scoreless clash with Mt. Morris. Photo by Keith Salisbury “I especially liked what our defense did and I believe we are still improving as a team every game we have,” commented CHS mentor Chet Ptasnik. “I am looking forward to peaking as the season draws to a close and we prepare to challenge Ithaca at home for the first week of districts.”

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