Eutectics Shut Out Soldiers

Adis Sahbaz
Adis Sahbaz has scored three goals in four games
for the Eutectics.
 Photo by Jonathan Streeet.

The Eutectic men’s soccer team posted it’s first-ever victory on Monday night (Sept. 15) during a rainy home game on the St. Louis University High School football field. The Euts shut out the St. Louis Christian College Soldiers, 5-0, marking the first win in the St. Louis College of Pharmacy record books.

The St. Louis College of Pharmacy team came out strong, scoring the first goal within five minutes of the start. Second-year midfielder Armin Duderija received a pass from third-year mid-fielder TJ Jamieson and booted the ball past Soldier goalkeeper Malachi Keen to set the tone for the game. The Euts would score four more times during the first half. Second-year forward Nathan Laramie posted three goals with two assists from Jamieson and second-year forward Adis Sahbaz would claim his third goal of the year.

The Eutectic defense held the Soldiers in check in the first half, not allowing a single shot on goal. The Soldiers brought more offensive pressure after half-time, but were unable to score. First-year Eutectic keeper Aaron Hohenstein made two saves in the second half, along with a few sliding maneuvers to take away shot attempts. The Eutectics continued to pepper shots at the goal, but Keen would allow no more. With 11 different Eutectic players taking shots on goal, Keen would total 15 saves for the Soldiers.

The Euts are now 1-3 for the season. Next up, they take on the Concordia Seminary Preachers in Clayton, Mo., on Friday, Sept. 19, at 4 p.m.

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