Friday, September 24, 2010

Sun Valley girls reach 10-win mark again

Cutthroats top Declo 6-1 in soccer

Coach Kelly Feldman's Community School Cutthroats came one game closer to running the table in the High Desert Soccer Conference by winning 6-1 Wednesday at Declo.

Freshmen Jordan Fitzgerald (9 goals season) and Whitney Engelmann (5) contributed two goals apiece while sophomore Ellie Swanson (20 goals) and junior Gabi Perenchio had singles for the Cutthroats. It was Perenchio's first of the season.

With the victory, the Cutthroats (10-2-0, 9-0-0 league) reached the 10-win mark for the fourth consecutive year and for the sixth time in school history. And ninth-year coach Feldman (98-45-9) moved one step closer to the century mark.

The Cutthroats travel to Bliss today, Friday and next play Monday, Oct. 4 at Buhl. The "Senior Night" home game against the Gooding Senators at Sagewillow Farms is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 6.


Declo rallies past Community School 3-2

It was bound to happen sometime, but the Community School boys have finally lost a High Desert Soccer Conference game to the Declo Hornets.

Declo (2-10-0, 2-7-0 league) rallied from 2-0 down and beat the visiting Cutthroats (4-6-1, 3-5-1) by a 3-2 score Wednesday as Erik Hendrickson's penalty kick settled the matter.

Junior co-captain Tim Kanellitsas scored his third goal of the season and junior midfielder Cassidy Carson struck for the first time in the loss. Junior goalkeeper and co-captain Tom Crosby had seven saves. Coach Richard Whitelaw's "Man of the Match" was freshman Gray David.

The Cutthroats try to snap their three-game losing streak when they visit Bliss today, Friday for their final game before a 10-day school break.

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