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Academy soccer season ends

Subiaco Academy’s soccer season came to an end on Thursdya May 9 in the state tournament.

The game was played at Burns Park in North Little Rock against a tough team from Valley View. Valley View took a 1-0 win in the second overtime period.

The first half was a tough defensive game. Valley View had 11 shots to the goal compared to Subiaco’s three. Goalie Chris Meiers had 11 saves. The first half ended in a scoreless tie.

The second half started pretty much as the first half ended. The Trojans defense held strong, cutting Valley Views attacks to the goal in half. The Trojans offense continued to push the ball against the Valley View defense. Regulation play ended in a 0-0 tie, sending the game into a ten minute overtime period. The first overtime ended in a 0-0 score, which forced a second ten minute overtime.

With just over one minute to go in the overtime, Valley View was able to score, ending the game and Subiaco’s post-season hopes.

Subiaco Academy hosted Gentry on Monday, May 6, in the last game of the regular season. Gentry proved to be an aggressive team, but the Trojans held their ground and the first half ended in a 0-0 tie.

The Trojans stepped it up in the second half. Team play gave way to Subiaco’s first goal of the night. David Kim scored off a penalty kick taken by Mark. Subiaco added a score with 18 minutes left in the game, to take a 2-0 win.

Subiaco Academy’s junior varsity took a 1-0 victory over Gentry.

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