Oswego soccer beats Minooka
MINOOKA — In the second half Tuesday, the Minooka girls soccer team played neck-and-neck with Southwest Prairie Conference rival Oswego. Unfortunately for the Indians, Oswego had jumped to a 3-0 halftime lead and finished with a 5-1 win.
"We we're more aggressive in the second half," Minooka coach Chris Brolley said. "We made some adjustments with our wingers and who they were picking up. The girls played like they can in the second half, but it's too bad it took us a whole half to get going."
Just five minutes into the game, Oswego's Nikki Anderson broke free from a pack of Minooka defenders and scored. The Panthers' Trisha Carr made it a 2-0 game with a breakaway goal at the 28:00 mark. With 15:19 remaining until halftime in the constant rain, Oswego's Erin Apolzan blocked a kick by Minooa goalie Rachel Herzberger and turned it into a goal, giving the Panthers the 3-0 lead they took into halftime.
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