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Trojans down Dardanelle to remain unbeaten

The Subiaco Academy soccer team is still undefeated, achieving victory number six in a win over Dardanelle, 5-0, on April 1.

The Trojans got off to a bit of a sluggish start after the week-long spring break. Dardanelle proved to be a physically defensive team. Once the Trojans got their legs under them, they were able to gain ball control.

With nine minutes left in the first half the Trojans scored, when Gerardo Jean managed to put the ball into the back of the net, giving Subiaco a 1-0 lead. Five minutes later Jaeyong Oh scored after pushing the ball down the left side of the field. The Trojans would take a 2-0 lead into halftime.

Subiaco gathered themselves together for a better second half. With 20:33 minutes to play, Jaeyong Oh once again scored from the left side of the field. Mark Liu got into the goal for a score four minutes later putting the Trojans up 4-0.

Dardanelle’s defense was aggressive but Subiaco’s Gerardo Jean was able to put one more ball in with four minutes to play. Subiaco took 28 shots to the goal in the 5-0 victory.

Goalie Chris Myers had four saves.

The Trojan JV put up a strong fight in their victory over the Sand Lizards. The Trojan defense allowed only one attempt to the goal in the first half. Nsisong Archibong scored first for Subiaco with 14 minutes to play. Alex Sharum score the second goal of the half with five minutes to play giving Subiaco a 2-0 halftime lead.

The second half saw Nsisong Archibong score his second goal of the night early into the half. Dardanelle was able to score twice to put them to within one of the Trojans. Alex Sharum gave the Trojans their fourth goal of the night. Nsisong Archibong got a hat trick by putting in his third goal of the match, and the 5-2 score and victory for the Trojans.

Goalie Travis Landry had one save, and goalie Eric Boltuc had four saves on the night.

The Trojans traveled to Gentry on Monday and return home to face Decatur Friday.

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