Indians Beat Ruskin on senior night

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Indians Beat Ruskin on senior night

Senior Jacob Lammering (9) heads the ball towards the goal in the first half match against a host of Ruskin defenders. Lammering scored the only two goals of the match to lead the Indians to a 2-0 conference win.

Senior Jacob Lammering (9) heads the ball towards the goal in the first half match against a host of Ruskin defenders. Lammering scored the only two goals of the match to lead the Indians to a 2-0 conference win.

Kale Kimbrell

Senior Jacob Lammering (9) heads the ball towards the goal in the first half match against a host of Ruskin defenders. Lammering scored the only two goals of the match to lead the Indians to a 2-0 conference win.

Kale Kimbrell

Kale Kimbrell

Senior Jacob Lammering (9) heads the ball towards the goal in the first half match against a host of Ruskin defenders. Lammering scored the only two goals of the match to lead the Indians to a 2-0 conference win.

Story by Kale Kimbrell, Reporter

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Indians Varsity Soccer beat Ruskin 2-0 on Thursday, Oct. 18. It was the third time this season they defeated the Golden Eagles, but this time it was senior night. Both goals were scored by Jacob Lammering, who also scored a Hat Trick against Raytown, on Oct. 16.

The first goal scored by Lammering was a walk in at 21:34 in the first half and second occurred at the 21st minute in the second half. Head Coach Michael Brown believed his team executed the offense well.

“It was a good performance,” Coach Brown said. “The offense created a lot of chances for goals.”

The Indians had over 10 shots on goal. Anthony Cato also had chances for goals but just couldn’t finish through.

“I thought we did good,” Cato said. “I’m proud of Jacob. I’m a little disappointed in myself for those goals I missed but I’ll get it next time.”

The seniors were honored prior to the match and all of them played in the contest. Coach Brown wanted to see the offense mix it up by spreading the ball to more players.

“I thought I did good distributing the ball and giving other players chances to score,” junior Colby Mcdowell said.

The soccer team now stands at 5-5 in conference and 7-11 overall. The Indians take on William Chrisman Oct. 23 for the last regular season match. The match will be live streamed on the NFHS Network at https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/fort-osage-high-school-independence-mo/gam4a06930099.

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