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Gallery and Write Ups

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!
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    The Patriots started out strong controlling the tempo of the game. After a little back and forth, Zachary Webber scored the first goal of the game on a straight direct kick. Play got a little heated in the very chilly weather and unfortunately, our Pats had to play about three-fourths of the game down one due to a red card being issued. The Signal Mountain Eagles tied the game with a loose ball goal before the half. The game stayed at 1-1 until very late into the second half when Signal capitalized off an open outside player who put the ball past a diving Fisher Latham (who did get an outstretched hand on it). A fluster of opportunities couldn't produce the come-backer for the Patriots and the game ended in a tough 1-2 loss.
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    CSAS entered the game minus its top scorer as well as others participating in a band performance at school to prep for their trip to New York City (where they were playing at Carnegie Hall!!!). The early game was controlled by perennial powerhouse Chattanooga Christian, but it was not without opportunities on the CSAS attack as well. The defense of Avery Hardekopf, Will Fraser, Michael Hicks, Mason Hopkins and Ezra Nichols held off attacks until one finally got through at about the 22 minute mark. Middle of the field adjustments made the game a bit more even and CSAS had some opportunities, but could not capitalize. The second Charger goal came on a near bicycle kick that whizzed past Fisher Latham. Again, more adjustments were made for CSAS, but it was not enough to mount a comeback, while the Chargers added one last goal. Still, a great effort of a somewhat depleted CSAS lineup.
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    Day two of the Baylor Tournament saw CSAS play Knoxville Catholic. Again, with a short staff, the Soccer Pats held Knox Catholic toe to toe until a goal was put just out of the reach of CSAS keeper, Guy Beaty, in the second half. The game was not without plenty of offensive attacks from the Patriots, but none could be made good. The game ended at 0-1 against the good guys.
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    Four games in four days does not often spell good things and unfortunately, Saturday at the Baylor Tournament was no exception. The Patriots faced a very quick, skilled team from Fort Payne, AL. The Wildcats came out strong and unfortunately were too much for CSAS. While the end result saw the Pats go down 0-8, the overall tournament was a good piece to build off of for the upcoming district play.
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    Loudon came out strong and fast, but CSAS settled in for what was going to be a hard fought game. After holding back a number of Loudon attacks, the Patriots took the lead when Zachary Webber converted a direct kick into the game's first goal. Back and forth it went until a CSAS foul was committed late in the first half resulting in a Loudon equalizer. With the game tied at 1 goal apiece, both teams pushed hard in the second half. Unfortunately, Mother Nature pushed even harder with rain and lightning. After about a 45-minute delay, it became obvious that the game would not continue. Both teams settled for a tie at 1-1.
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    CSAS headed to McMinn Central down a number of players who were participating in a strings competition in Washington, DC. The group that stayed behind for the game gave up two early goals in the first half. Coach Castle (assuming the lead in Coach Poss' absence) made some adjustments as did the Patriots who came back for one goal by speedy Corey Reece. However, for a second time, Mother Nature put her stamp on the game with a series of thundershowers that shut the game down at the beginning of the second half. The Pats had to settle for a hard-to-swallow 1-2 loss.
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    All we can say is that Hixson came to play. This was not CSAS's best effort of the season and it showed. The Wildcats jumped out on top very early in the game and never really let up. The Patriots could not hold off a relentless attack and in the end, the score was a disappointing 1-6 loss. The lone goal came from Asa Nichols, who converted an assist from Hayden Bennett. Hopefully, there will be another opportunity for these two to play.
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    Moving home games back to the campus may have been the spark needed for the Patriots. CSAS had some early jitters, but wiped them out after about midway through the first half with a goal from leading scorer, Zachary Webber. Unfortunately, Grace was able to equalize from a foul in the box resulting in a penalty kick. That's where the half ended 1-1 tie. A couple of changes at halftime paid off just 30 seconds in when Webber scored his second goal of the game off a cross from Ben Greenwell. Greenwell added another goal of his own to put the game at 3-1. The final dagger came from the brothers Webber with Nicholas finding his older brother for the hat trick goal. The team found its success through some excellent possession ball, which hopefully will carry on through the season.
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