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Wabash edges Hanover, 2-1
Courier Sports Staff
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 11:00 AM
MIDAIR IMPACT: Hanover College goalkeeper Trevor Korfhagen and teammate Drew Servais (6) collide while trying to clear a corner kick during the Panthers’ match with Wabash at home on Tuesday. Hanover lost 2-1. (Staff photo by David Campbell)
CHIPPY: Wabash’s Matthew Bupp (22) and Geno James (20) get into a scrum with Hanover’s Austin Bash (2) during Tuesday’s match in Hanover. The Panthers’ Jacob Thomsen (18) closes in to break it up. Wabash won the match 2-1. (Staff photo by David Campbell)
Hanover men's soccer fell short of winning back-to-back matches on Tuesday, falling 2-1 to visiting Wabash at the L.S. Ayres Sports Complex.
Wabash (2-4-1) built a 2-0 lead midway through the match. Zach Woloshin scored a goal from 18 yards out just before halftime and then opened the second half with a score at the 50:52 mark.
Hanover got on the board at 66:30 when Vicente Munoz converted a penalty kick to cut the deficit in half but the Panthers failed to score again as the Little Giants hung on for the 2-1 win.
Hanover outshot Wabash 9-7 but the Little Giants gained the corner kick advantage, 5-4.
Panther goalie Trevor Korfhagen recorded three saves.
Hanover (2-4) travels to Principia (Ill.) on Saturday.
Shorthanded Rebels battle Charlestown to 1-1 tie
Southwestern girls soccer battled injuries and illness to play arguably its best match of the season and battle Charlestown to a 1-1 tie on Tuesday.
With four girls on the sidelines recovering from concussions and one dealing with the flu, Southwestern played with just 13 players.
The two teams played a scoreless first 30 minutes until the host Pirates found the net with under five minutes to play in the first period to lead 1-0 at halftime.
The second half played out much like the first, but the tables turned, benefiting Southwestern. With less than 15 minutes to play, the Rebels tied the game when Jennah Butters' cross pass found Ashley Reardon, who sent a laser shot past the Charlestown goalie to knot the score.
Neither team gave up a goal in the final minutes, resulting in the 1-1 tie.
In addition to the play of Butters and Reardon, Emily McCane debuted at the sweeper position and contributed throughout both halves.
Southwestern (0-6-1) hosts Rising Sun on Thursday.
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