Warrior Soccer stays on roll

Cambridge Christian hosted a wildly-entertaining, up-and-down match against Rosemount Baptist Sept. 18. The Warriors improved to 11-0 on the season with a 5-1 victory, handing their Crusaders their first loss of autumn.

Josh Roble delivered a huge tying goal with a low-liner against Rosemount Baptist

In the early going, CCS keeper Grant Taylor was tested on a full-field solo rush and shot. The Warriors answered back with good pushes and shots by Anders Boyum, Jack Swenson and David Fryc. Isaiah Hurd also hustled on a play which ended in a collision with the Rosemount keeper, and Syfah Doble just missed a goal when the ball sailed over the cross bar with both players down.

The Crusaders resumed pressure afterward and took a 1-0 lead with a perfectly-lofted free kick over a fully-extended Taylor. As the game became more physical, Josh Roble settled things down nicely for CCS when he chased down a ball in the corner, turned and rocketed a shot inside the left goalpost to knot the game at 1-1.

With just one minute remaining in the half, Boyum took on three defenders and ripped a low shot for a 2-1 Warrior lead.

Anders Boyum took over with four gals in the Warriors’ 5-1 victory Sept. 18.  Photos by Greg Hunt

Boyum kept on rolling in the second half, scoring at the 51st, 56th and 68th minutes to help keep the Crusaders at bay as the team defense stiffened.

“Grant Taylor was fantastic in net, stopping 22 shots (including several point-blank blasts),” said Warrior Coach John Newton. “Peter Maring and Josh Roble also performed exceptionally as the Warriors played an excellent all-around game.”

• On Sept. 14, the Warriors shut out visiting Christian Life 9-0 to raise their CAL record to 2-0. Scoring two goals each were Hurd and Diether Modina. Adding solo goals were Justin Roble, Jake Bergman, Maring, Araya Doble and Bill Enos.

Defender Peter Maring (above), keeper Grant Taylor and the rest of the CCS defense held a strong Rosemount Baptist team scoreless in the second half to improve to 11-0.

On Saturday, the team traveled to Mankato and defeated Immanuel Lutheran 2-0 on goals by Fryc and Josh Roble.

CCS Volleyball splits CAL matches

In their last action, Warrior Volleyball splits its two CAL matches. On Sept. 11, the Warriors defeated visiting Faith Foreston 25-13, 25-15, 25-13.  Caitlin Walburg led in digs (12) and serving points (16, 6 aces). Kim Walburg led in assists (7). and Karly Wiek led in kills (6).

On Sept. 14, tough Christian Life took the Warriors in three: 25-23, 25-15, 25-20.

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