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Trailblazers Contain Archers' Potent Offense

September 14, 2011

Johanna Randick  
Johanna Randick scored a pair of goals in the
Archers' loss to Lewis and Clark Tuesday.

After outscoring their opponents by a combined score of 22-1 in their previous three games, STLCC struggled to contain the Lewis and Clark offense Tuesday, which scored five of its six goals in the first half en route to a 6-3 win.

The deficit proved to be too much for the Archers (4-2) to make up, despite an offense that is averaging five goals per game through its first six games.

Head coach Juergen Huettner was, however, pleased with the effort he saw from his offense in the second half, as they narrowed what was at one time a 5-1 deficit. Johanna Randick (Fox) scored a pair of goals for the Archers. Merissa Martin (Fort Zumwalt North) netted the other one.

“I think we showed a little different attitude in the second half,” Huettner said. “We worked harder, we took some chances, and came back and at least made a decent game out of it.”

Huettner split the goalkeeping duties again against Lewis and Clark, as he has grown accustomed to doing this season. He said that arrangement is likely to continue.

“Right now, we don’t feel that one goalkeeper deserves to play over another,” Huettner said.

The Archers will look to start a new winning streak Thursday, when they host Southwest Illinois College at the Meramec campus. The contest begins at 4 p.m.