The #9 ranked Millers boys’ soccer team hit the road on Tuesday as the team traveled to take on #1 Zionsville in a top ten matchup. The Millers came out with energy. At the five minute mark Drew Barnes had a shot saved by the Zionsville keeper but he produced a rebound which was then shot off target. 

The chances kept coming for the Millers during the first 10-15 minutes of the game. Unfortunately the Eagles socred a corner kick and out jumped the defense to open the scoring. The Eagles piled it on for two more first half goals. But there was no quit in the Millers. At the end of the first half the Millers pulled one back on a goal by Palmer Ault to go into halftime down 3-1.

The second half brought more good play from the Millers. They dominated possession and only allowed counter attacks from the Eagles. After conceding another Eagles goal the Millers continued to press. Colin Todd scored in the 77’ to bring the score to 4-2. The next minute saw a header by Drew Barnes saved off the line by the Eagles goalkeeper. The Millers continued to press but the clock struck zeroes with them in the losing end 4-2.

The loss drops the team’s record to 6-2-1 on the season. The Millers return to action at Lawrence Park as they play Cathedral in Thursday.

Huskies fall to Bishop Chatard

ARCADIA – The Hamilton Heights boys’ soccer team hosted Bishop Chatard on Tuesday night. The Huskies ended up losing by a final score of 2-0. 
The team was battling multiple injuries but still managed to play hard and play to the final whistle. They moved the ball and had several great opportunities, however they just couldn’t find the back of the net. 

Bishop Chatard scored with four minutes to go in the first half after the ball deflected of the post right to one of their players. The Huskies continued to work hard in the second half but just couldn’t get anything to fall their way. 

The Trojans scored their final goal with 3:30 left in the game. It was a very close competitive match. The Huskies recorded 19 shots on goal and the Trojans recorded 18. Jackson McCullough recorded 13 saves in goal.  Hunter Toll was named the player of the game for the Huskies as he has stepped in for the injured Caleb Stuart and has really played some great defense.

The loss drops the team’s record to 1-7-1 on the season. The team will be in action again on Thursday as they host Northwestern.