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Boys' soccer All-Conference
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.
Crawfordsville boys win sectional title
Saturday, October 11, 2014 9:36 AM
The Athenians are sectional champions once again.
After not defending their 2012 crown last year, Crawfordsville defeated Western Boone 4-2 on Saturday to win the boys' sectional 48 title.
Crawfordsville got on the board first when Michael Minks got a penalty kick past the Stars' goalie to make it 1-0. Brayton Dewees evened things up with 18:13 left in the first half with a score for Western Boone.
"We gave Michael Minks the game ball. We have two seniors, (Nathaniel) Busenbark and Minks," Crawfordsville head coach Dan Durrwachter said. "We haven't taken Minks off the field this season. He's taking goal kicks, taking free kicks and he's also the last line of defense to make sure they don't score."
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."
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.
Frankfort edges Western Boone in boys soccer.
Sunday, August 24, 2014 8:57 PM
Sagamore Athletic Conference foes Frankfort and Western Boone met Thursday on the soccer field. The boys from Frankfort got the win, 3-2. Western Boone is back in action Tuesday at Rossville while Frankfort, who took third at the Hot Dog Invte Saturday, will travel to North Montgomery Thursday.
The Hot Dogs lost to Rossville 5-4 in penalty kicks Saturday before beating Crawfordsville 5-0.
CHS boys get leg up in Sagamore
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 10:00 PM
Crawfordsville's boys' soccer team kicked its season off in strange-but winning-fashion. In an oft-delayed match, the Athenians got a leg up in the Sagamore Athletic Conference by beating Western Boone. The Stars were last year's defending sectional champions. The final finished 2-0.
Kalidou Diaw scored both goals for the Athenians. They both came in the first half from him weaving through the Star defense and finding the back of the net. Westin Evans was credited with an assist on the second goal.
The game was delayed 45 minutes in the first half. They then finished the half and played six minutes into the second half. Play resumed once more, only for the game to be called for good in with six minutes remaining in regulation.
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