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  • Tuesday, September 20, 2016 4:00 AM
    Southmont's defenders routinely found themselves watching from behind, in the first half, as the Cascade forwards raced toward a nearly defenseless Mounties' goalkeeper Ryan Stanley.
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  • Friday, August 26, 2016 4:00 AM
    Crawfordsville dominated the tempo and pace of the game early, and then survived a late Mountie surge, to pull away with a 5-2 victory Thursday night.
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  • Thursday, September 03, 2015 11:53 PM

    Clayton Remley tries to send the ball down the field against North Putnam.

     

    The Mounties sent two in on Thursday but could not salvage a third for the win.

     

    Cole Wemer and Travis Michael both scored goals.

     

    “It was not our best game, but it wasn’t our worst,” Coach Brandon Rash commented. “It seemed like we were content with the tie, and our effort dropped tremendously.”

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  • North claims soccer victory
    Monday, August 31, 2015 10:52 PM

    He bent it like Beckham.

    Corwyn Hall watched as his ball bent past the goalie’s hands and hit the top right corner of the net.

    This goal finalized North’s lead putting them up 3-2.

    But, first . . . the beginning of the game.

    How to describe the first 30 minutes of the North/South boys’ soccer game last night: chaotic.

    Mounties and Chargers alike ran up and down the field as shot after shot either soared past goalies or were stopped dead in its tracks. North came out firing as they had a few potential breaks to start but each time offsides. 

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  • Blue overtakes red 6-1
    Thursday, August 27, 2015 10:54 PM

    Blue took on red Thursday in the first soccer county match-up of the season. The stakes and energy were high as the rivals faced off. Spatterings of commands flew through the air, “Move!” “Middle!”, “Behind you!” The boys dove into an intense match with C’ville coming out on top 6-1.

    The Athenians took off from the get go. Wilfredo Cifuentes rocked one in early to lay the base for the game. Kalidou Diaw had a few nice runs on goal with a bicycle kick mixed in until he followed up with a second goal in the last few minutes of the first half.

    C’ville switched to more of a defensive game in the last eight minutes but Diaw turned it around with his goal at 3:30. 

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  • Thursday, November 06, 2014 3:44 PM
    The Sagamore Athletic Conference All-Conference teams were announced for boys soccer recently. Tri-West won the conference with a 7-0 record. Crawfordsville was fifth at 3-3-1 with Southmont (1-6) and North Montgomery (0-7) rounding out the league.

    First team selections from Montgomery County include Nathaniel Busenbark and Michael Minks from Crawfordsville, Mikal Farabee from Southmont and Braiden Slavens from North Montgomery.

    Michael Nordenbrock and Felipe Wilson were second team selections from Crawfordsville. Devin Miller, of Southmont, and Jordan Corey, of North Montgomery, were second team selections as well.
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  • Wednesday, October 29, 2014 7:25 PM
    Joining Michael Minks and Nathaniel Busenbark from Crawfordsville on the All-County Boys Soccer team are Michael Nordenbrock, Willy Cifuentes, Kalidou Diaw, Felipe Wilson and Dane Baldwin. Crawfordsville head coach Dan Durrwachter commended Baldwin for his performance at goalie this season, especially in the regional semifinal against Northwestern. Durrwachter said that Baldwin is the top goalie in the Sagamore Athletic Conference going into next season.

    North Montgomery is represented on the team by Braiden Slavens, Jordan Corey and Corbin Osborne. Slavens was a Player of the Year candidate. He scored 15 goals for North Montgomery.

    Devin Miller, Mikal Farabee, Travis Michael and Malik Gayler represent Southmont. Miller was a Player of the Year candidate. He scored four goals, made 55 saves as a goal and played defense for the Mounties. Southmont head coach Brandon Rash said that Miller controlled the field from every position and that without them the Mounties wouldn't have won the games they did.
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  • Athenians advance, South bumped
    Wednesday, October 08, 2014 8:14 PM
    Eighty minutes couldn't decide it. But 83 was more than enough.

    The Crawfordsville boys' soccer team advance to the sectional 48 championship with a 2-0 win over North Montgomery in overtime Wednesday.

    Both teams had plenty of chances throughout regulation, but neither could find the back of the net. Regulation ended 0-0.

    "We started well first half. We started well second half. We were maintaining and possessing, but we sort of digressed. North continued to gain confidence each half," Crawfordsville head coach Dan Durrwachter said. "We've been talking less touches because the more it sticks to your foot, the harder it is to create anything."

    The Athenians were allowed a free kick after a relatively soft foul just over two minutes into the first of two seven-minute overtime periods. Michael Minks let it fly and Kalidou Diaw headed it in with 5:21 left to give Crawfordsville the lead.

    "That goal sort of took the wind out of our sails after that," Charger head coach Mike Margeson said. "We were pressing in the second overtime period to try and get one and they got another one."
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  • Boys' tennis sectional at Crawfordsville postponed
    Thursday, October 02, 2014 7:05 PM
    Action at the Crawfordsville boys' tennis sectional was suspended Thursday because of rain and lightning in the area. Semifinal matchups between North Montgomery / Crawfordsville and Southmont / Turkey Run will resume today at 4:30 at the high school. The Championship will be played at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Other rainouts from Thursday include Southmont boys soccer against Western Boone and Crawfordsville boys soccer against Danville. Crawfordsville and Danville will play at 2 p.m. Saturday at CHS. South vs. WeBo is pending makeup.
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  • Monday, September 22, 2014 6:53 PM
    NEW MARKET-The Southmont boys' soccer team could be heating up at the right time. After holding No. 2 Tri-West to three goals in a loss Saturday, the Mounties beat Benton Central 6-1 Monday.

    "We were on our offensive end the entire night," head coach Brandon Rash said. "It was nice to see us play our game and not play to the level of the competitor. We are beginning to play very well and that's great to see coming up on the sectional.

    "I usually point out certain players, but this was a team effort and the whole team deserves recognition," Rash added.

    Devin Miller scored twice for The Mounties. Mikal Farabee, Cameron Mason and Owen Byers each added a goal. The final goal was an own-goal on the Bison.
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  • Crawfordsville boys and girls sweep North Putnam
    Sunday, September 21, 2014 5:33 PM
    North Putnam visited Crawfordsville Saturday for a soccer double header. The Athenians won both matches. The girls won 4-2 and the boys capped the day with an 8-0 win.

    For the girls, Hannah Whicker scored two goals and made an assist. Maddie Hudson and Reilly Dunham also scored. The Athenians led just 1-0 at the half, but used three big goals after the intermission to win it. Hudson tallied an assist, as did Paige Schueren and Krystyn Flynn.
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  • Mounties miss
opportunities
    Tuesday, September 16, 2014 6:41 PM
    NEW MARKET-A slow start doomed the Southmont boys' soccer team against Sagamore Athletic Conference opponent Frankfort Tuesday night.

    The Mounties did hold the high-powered Hot Dogs to three goals, but they couldn't find the net in a 3-0 loss.

    "We came out slow but came together in the second half," head coach Brandon Rash said. "We played very tough in the second half. It was our best team efforts. We just need to capitalize on opportunities."

    Southmont took eight shots in the second half, but they were turned away on each. Senior Devin Miller made eight saves in an effort commended by Rash.
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  • Sunday, September 14, 2014 7:24 PM
    CICERO-Southmont went 1-1 Saturday at the Hamilton Heights boys soccer invitational. The Mounties lost 6-1 to the host Huskies in the opener. They then defeated Tri-Central in a shootout after the game ended 2-2.

    Malik Gayler tallied the coal against Hamilton Heights. Devin Miller made eight saves.

    "This game was extremely physical and I don't think we were awake yet," head coach Brandon Rash said. "There were good spots, but also many bad spots. Our physicality has improved but it seems our communication has dropped.

    Lucas Turner and Nathan Bowers scored in regulation of the second game.

    Mikal Farabee and Bowers scored in the before Gayler scored to end it. Miller made five saves in regulation and two in the shootout.

    "It was a very competitive game overall. We fought really hard and really tried to keep the ball on our offensive end," Rash said. "Nathan Bowers and Lucas Turner really stepped up as seniors. They're getting to the next level."
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  • Tuesday, September 09, 2014 7:30 PM
    NEW MARKET-Things are on the upswing for the Southmont boys' soccer team. After a 3-2 win over North Montgomery Monday, the Mounties came back and battled with Greencastle Tuesday. Greencastle came out on top, 3-2, but Southmont kept the improvement going.

    "It was a great game both ways," head coach Brandon Rash said. "We had many chances but just didn't capitalize. We are playing more and more physical each game and that is great to see."

    Malik Gayler and Cole Wemer scored the goals for the Mounties. Devin Miller made nine saves.

    "One great thing to see out of the team is creating more chances for goals. Now we just need to finish," Rash added. "Mikal Farabee and Devin Miller have stepped up as huge leaders."
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  • South capitalizes for win
    Monday, September 08, 2014 6:22 PM
    NEW MARKET-North Montgomery and Southmont met in New Market for a Montgomery County soccer clash on Monday. And the Mounties came away on top thanks to a late goal.

    Braiden Slavens scored early on to give the Chargers a leader, but Nathan Bowers answered for the Mounties midway through the first half.

    The 1-1 tie held until intermission. The teams looked evenly matched in the first half. But Southmont made some changes that paid off in the second half, including switching from Devin Miller to Clayton Remley as the goalkeeper. Miller is one of Southmont's most athletic forwards.

    "We switched up our lineup at halftime to give us more offense and it worked out," Mountie head coach Brandon Rash said after the game. "Overall it was a decent game on both sides. We are learning more and more about the game of soccer. We have been working hard on teaching situations during the games and it's paying off. We are learning new things every day."
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