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Trojans Soccer Season Ends In Overtime

November 2, 2012
By Rob Tucker (rtucker@post-journal.com) , The Post-Journal

BUFFALO - Less than two minutes into the opening 15-minute, sudden-death overtime period, Tonawanda's Nate Holler maneuvered through the Southwestern defense and carried the ball across the outer limit of the 18-yard box. As he did so, the sophomore - and the sixth-seeded Warriors' leading scorer - chipped the ball over a sprawled out Eric Priester, who had rushed out to cut the angle. The crowd, each half of which had been cheering either for or against Holler during the play, together went quiet as the ball inched nearer and nearer the goal line.

 
 
 

 

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