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ORSA Kerr at Kinzua Darling - 6/1/14

posted Jun 11, 2014, 9:01 PM by Thomas Pfennigwerth

ORSA Kerr lost a hard fought battle to Kinzua Darling 4-3 on Sunday leaving the Kerr team in 3rd place for the season. Kerr’s team started strong with what seemed to be a goal on a heads up play in front of the net by Carson Kerr, but the goal was waved off by the center referee for a questionable offsides call leaving the score tied at 0-0. Shortly thereafter, Nathan Pfennigwerth found himself on a breakaway that resulted in the first score of the game when he swiftly put the ball in the back of the net. Kinzua Darling tied it up at one goal apiece and then went up 2-1 on the ORSA Force. Not to be outdone, Pfennigwerth had another breakaway goal streaking down the field to put it past the Kinzua goalminder knotting the game at 2-2. After additional back and forth with both teams playing very well, Alex Reynolds and his new found aggressiveness pushed a pass through to Pfennigwerth who sealed his hat trick when he found the back of the net yet again. Next up to the plate was Lauren Billingsley who was tripped in the 18 yard box producing a penalty kick that sailed just a bit to the left after she slipped on her plant foot narrowly missing an opportunity for an insurance goal. She continued her aggressive play but found herself on the short end of the score because of the conditions and the aggressive defensive efforts of the Kinzua team. The heat of the midday sun got the best of the ORSA Kerr team as they were a man short and losing steam. Kinzua found the back of the net scooting 2 unanswered goals past the outstretched arms of Johnathan Leccia. Heads held high, the Kerr led ORSA Force heads into their final match of the season trying to secure their place in the rankings. Alex Reynolds and Koben Parry continue to impress their coach and fans with their developing skills adding to the offensive attacks of the Force, with hopes of finding the back of the net themselves in the final game. Tristen Bliss and Emma Pfennigwerth continue to proved stalwart, unselfish defense stalling the offensive attacks of the Kinzua team.