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....... www.tricountynews.mn Chain of Lakes Soccer News By Ric Koehn, Coach The Chain of Lakes high school team played the Cambridge Christian school, Monday, Oct. 3, in a rematch, following a 2-1 loss at Cambridge earlier in the year. This time the Roosters had Cambridge at home, but lightening struck twice as the Roosters fell 2-1 for the second time. Cambridge again took the lead in the first half only to see the Roosters even the match on a goal by freshman Wyatt Schmidt (Eden Valley/Watkins). Cambridge came back to score a second goal in the second half and COL was unable to answer, final 2-1 Cambridge. Saturday, Oct. 15, the Roosters traveled to St. Cloud to face the St. Cloud Home School Association soccer team. In a back and forth game, both teams played well and attacked the ball well. Each team managed to score three times, with goals coming from George Matua (Kimball) with two, and Ian Johnson (Kimball) with the other goal. The Roosters have two games remaining, Monday, Oct. 17, at Faith Christian in Foreston and Oct. 24, at Community Christian in Willmar. The team's record to date is 2 wins, 7 losses and i tie. Middle School Soccer The Chain of Lakes Middle School team was quite busy the last two weeks. On Thursday, Oct. 6, they hosted Stride Academy of St. Cloud. In a scoring fest, by soccer standards, the Roosters emerged with a 4-3 victory. In the first half, John Nelson (Paynesville) scored on a break away goal followed by a goal from Cory Zimmerman (Eden Valley/Watkins). The second half EV-W senior Dyani Acosta (#4) receives a pass during Saturday's match in St. Cloud. Kimball's Branson Jensen and Keali'i Kapoi also contributed to the Roosters' win. Staff photo by Anton Matua. mirrored the first as Nelson and Saturday, Oct. 15, the team Zimmerman both scored again to traveled to St. Cloud to play the give the team a victory. St. Cloud Homeschoolers for their Tuesday, Oct. 11, the Roosters last game of the season. Alder Ertl faced a rematch with the Bluejays (Eden Valley/Watkins) scored in of Central Minnesota Christian, the first half to give the Roosters Prinsburg. A verytough CMC took a 1-0 lead at half. In the second the game 4-0, an exact replica of half, Ashley Haney (New London/ their previous match. The Roosters Spicer) nailed a shot from fifteen then followed up with a game yards out for a 2-0 lead. St. Cloud versus St. Johns Prep Thursday, came back for a breakaway goal Oct. 13, in Paynesville. The to draw within one. Rut a cou- Johnnies got off to a 1-0 score in ple great saves from goalie Noah the first half and followed with Voss (Paynesville) saved the game. a score early in the second half. Avery Karol (Paynesville) played But the Roosters came back with goalie in the first half and was a goal from Wyatt Schmidt (Eden flawless. 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