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Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Soccer (G)

Eagles Hand Otter Girls First Soccer Defeat

By Craig Olson - Fergus Falls, MN

The St. Cloud Apollo Eagles became the first team to score on the Fergus Falls girls soccer team in the 2009 season as they handed the Otters a 3-1 loss on Tuesday night at the Middle School Stadium Field.
 
Courtney Lynch found the back of the net for Apollo at the twenty minute mark of the first half beating a couple of defenders and sending a nice shot over keeper Kalea Hatlewick.  Lynch scored again three minutes later when she took a pass over the top from eighth grader Andjela Seslija.  The Otters started to put pressure on the Eagles net and got a goal of their own with fifty seconds left in the half.  Kathryn Walvatne beat a couple of defenders and sent a nice cross over to Kaitlyn McClaflin who one touched it into the net.
 
The second half was pretty quiet until two minutes remained.  Andjela Seslija scored off a corner kick to put the final at 3-1.
 
"The difference between tonight and the other games we have played was the excitement level," noted Fergus Falls head coach Karoline Brause.  "We were missing the fire to put the pressure on, especially when the game was getting near the end.  We did some good things out there tonight and we found the net.  We hit some good shots and our defense made some nice stops, we just couldn't pull it all together.  Karlee Kosak was voted player of the game by her teammates.  We had her mark Lynch and once we did that, she was essentially ineffective.  Tonight was a great learning moment for us.  We had not been scored on or beat this entrie year.  The coaches are excited to see how the girls rebound from thsi and how they get after the rest of the week."
 
The next game for the Otters is Thursday in Little Falls.
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