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As we get pictures, etc., we will post them onto this page.  Click on the picture for a writeup and a link to a slideshow.  Not all of the games will have slideshows, but we try!  Please check back often!

Ooltewah Scrimmage

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    The Patriots started out sluggish and gave up an early goal to Sequoyah, but that may have been the jump starter necessary. After some adjustments, CSAS got on board with a PK shot by Will Fraser. Following some back and forth action by both teams, the Pats seemed to take over the field producing a number of scoring opportunities. Both Cole Avery and Avery Hardekopf found the back of the net and the tied had turned in CSAS' favor by half at 3-1. The next half saw the Patriots come out stronger with some excellent team play and some solid defense from Christian Suttles, Mason Hopkins and Codie Russell. Keeper Fisher Latham held the Redskins at bay shutting them out in the second while Zachary Webber and Hardekopf added another goal finalizing the game at 5-1 - a solid effort from a shaky beginning!
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    An adjusted Patriot lineup traveled to Loudon to try and surprise them on their home turf. While the Pats fought hard, Loudon's size, speed and experience proved too much for the young CSAS team. The lone goal came from Leaf Dyer late in the second half. Everyone got time in the game at least rewarding them for the hour and a half drive!
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    CSAS and Silverdale traded opportunities for much of the first half until Avery Hardekopf put the Patriots on the board with a rocket past Silverdale goalie from about 18 yards out. However, Silverdale countered with three goals of its own to close a hard fought first half at 1-3. Some adjustments were made for the second half and the Patriots, aided by some gritty play from James Badger, climbed back into it when Zachary Webber finished off a cross from Cole Avery. Unfortunately, the Eagles put yet another ball in the net when a direct kick took a funny bounce over Fisher Latham. Scrappy play by the Patriots was rewarded with a third goal as Cole Avery put one in from close range making the game 3-4. However, it was not meant to be and that is where the game stood as the final whistle was blown with a 3-4 Patriot loss.
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    The Patriots looked unbeatable for the first 10 minutes, but could not seem to find the back of the net although there were a number of attempts. Unfortunately, Soddy Daisy regrouped from a slow beginning and scored on a breakdown from the CSAS defense. The Trojans added another goal to go up 2-0 at the half. The second half started out with Soddy Daisy trying to capitalize on their fast forwards, but Antonio Hatch made a wingspan save on a one-on-one to keep the Patriots within striking distance. About midway through the second half, Zachary Webber finally put the Patriots on board with a header off the assist of Ben Greenwell. The smaller, but scrappy Pats held off multiple Soddy Daisy attacks and began taking back the momentum of the game. The exciting evening came down to the final couple of minutes when Will Fraser put a ball in from a scramble in front of the Trojan net. A minute later, the whistle was sounded and CSAS had come back for a tie at 2-2. The young develops some grit!
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    Talk about slow starts! The Patriots faced an uphill battle within the first 5 minutes when a defensive lapse allowed McMinn Central to beat keeper Antonio Hatch for the game's first goal. Battling both Central's size and speed, the Pats fought hard throughout the first half, but could not notch anything to show for their hard work. Stellar defensive performances from Hatch, Codie Russell and Ben Harrison helped keep the score as 0-1 at half. With an adjustment in the second half, the Patriots came out much stronger with numerous runs highlighted by Nicholas and Zachary Webber and Cole Avery. Finally, Ben Greenwell got the good guys on the board with a goal. The play continued to be aggressive, but even. The 1-1 tie was broken in the final minute when Zachary Webber broke the Central defense and put a rebound into the net seconds before the final whistle was blown. CSAS won 2-1 with a second comeback in a row.
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