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U10 Kerr at Meadville Black 04/27/14

posted Apr 29, 2014, 7:05 PM by Thomas Pfennigwerth

ORSA Kerr lost a hard fought battle at Meadville 4-2.  The team came out flat in the first half and let the Meadville team push their way through the defense to take a 3-0 lead into halftime.  The Kerr led Force failed to capitalize on several crossing opportunities that could have kept the game close.  The mighty Force awoke in the middle of the second half after going down 4-0.  The defense tightened up and stopped several rushes from the Meadville team with goalie Johnathan Leccia making acrobatic stops to prevent the deficit from increasing.  After stealing the ball at midfield, Nathan Pfennigwerth zig-zagged his way through the Meadville defense to find the back of the net for the Force cutting the lead to 4-1.  Shortly thereafter, Nathan found Carson Kerr in front of the goal with a cross that Kerr put home with gusto for his second goal of the season causing a frenzied uproar from the crowd and a grin from ear to ear from the head coach and player alike.  Ultimately, time was not on the side of the Force offensive rush as they ran out of time while trying to cut the deficit and even up the score.  Tristen Bliss continues to play aggressive defense while pushing the ball upfield while Emma Pfennigwerth found a new found aggressive streak after watching her brother get knocked around by the opponent.  Lauren Billingsley continues to push the offensive attack forward and had several opportunities but just couldn’t find the back of the net.  Koben Parry along with the duo of Eric and Alex Reynolds continue to contribute with smart and aggressive play that will improve as the season wears on.  Parry and the Reynolds boys hope to find the ball blazing past the goalie soon with their continued opportunities.  Next up for ORSA Kerr is the Mercer Graul team on 5/4 @ 12:15