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September 2, 2018

CCC Soccer

CCC 5, Doane JV 0 - Thursday

The CCC-Columbus soccer team was in action on Thursday against Doane JV. Doane was not match for CCC-Columbus, which won 5-0 with two goals in the first half and three in the second.

Marcus Horwood scored four times, while teammate Peterson Costa kicked in one.

The next game for CCC will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Northeast Community College in Norfolk.

The game followed a 3-1 home loss to Iowa Western Community College on Wednesday. The game was originally scheduled to be played in Council Bluffs on Tuesday, but inclement weather forced a postponement and a change of venue.

IWCC scored the only goal of the first half when Quinton Kipara found the back of the net on an unassisted goal in the 12th minute. Iowa Western led 1-0 at the half.

An unassisted IWCC goal commenced the second half scoring when Mateo Mendez scored in the 51st minute for a 2-0 advantage. Three minutes later, the Reivers’ Diego Flores scored a goal off the assist of Diego Mendez and the lead increased to 3-0. CCC avoided the shutout in the 69th minute when Nathan Kutalu scored an unassisted goal to cut the Iowa Western lead to 3-1. The Reivers were able to run out the clock for the win.

CCC goalie Ruben Gonzales chalked up nine saves, while IWCC netminder Daniel Bermingham logged a pair of saves.

“The guys played hard, stayed organized, and unified in game against one of the better teams in the country,” said CCC head coach Hawken Hanna, who also credited midfielder Tychique Kutalu with a strong defensive performance. “We gave up a few goals on little mistakes that can be fixed and missed on a few opportunities at the end of the game to get back into it. Overall, it was a great learning experience for the team and will definitely help us be more prepared to meet the challenge at hand in our Region games.”

The next game for CCC will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Northeast Community College in Norfolk.

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Editor’s note: CCC’s Scott Miller contributed the information about the CCC-Columbus men’s soccer team’s loss to this story.

Peter Huguenin is a sports reporter for The Columbus Telegram. Reach him via email at sports@columbustelegram.com

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