Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Noblesville High School
Fishers High School
After their first victory in conference against Westfield Shamrocks, the Tigers look to gain their second victory against Noblesville Millers. This is the first conference game that the Tigers face at home, however, the Millers fight for a conference win of their own.
The Tigers come out flying. The first line midfielders go to work with acquiring the first goal in the game. Within the first minute of gameplay Andrew Borkowski is the first to put one up on the board. After setting up for a dodge high in the restraining box, Andrew dodges down the alley and rifles one past the goalie. This goal comes unassisted. This is not the only goal to come from the first line midfielders within the first two quarters. The Millers donât stay quiet in the first quarter. With seven seconds left in the first quarter the Millers put one in the back of the cage. The Millers put the score to 1-1. With two minutes left in the second quarter, midfielders set up another dodge from the top of the restraining box. Everett Bindley is the next one to score, with an assist from Andrew Borkowski. This goal brings the Tigers lead to 2-1.
In the third quarter a goal by each team is acquired. The Tigers are again the first to score within the first minute of the period. Everett Bindley scores another one adding to his goal tallies. This goal comes unassisted after a dodge from the top of the box to the wing. The Millers add a tally to their points late in the quarter close the gap in the score and make it 3-2. The goal is achieved within less than 2 minutes in an unsettled chaos situation. This is the second chaos situation that the Millers have scored. The Tigerâs defense stop the Millerâs offense in 6v6 situations throughout the entire first, second and third quarter. The Tigerâs defense caused 13 turnovers and acquired 24 groundballs throughout the game. Trevor Hayes led the defense with 7 groundballs. He also caused five turnovers, which was the most out of the defenders.
The Millers tie up the game early in the fourth and then again late in the fourth quarter after the Tigers score halfway through the quarter. Noah Ayala adds the fourth point to the tallies of goals that the Tigers haves. Noah cuts through the Millers defense to receive a pass from Collin Worley. After receiving this pass Noah puts the ball past the Millerâs goaltender. These are the last goals in the fourth quarter, sending the game into overtime.
Collin Worley gains the victory for the Tigers. Late in overtime Collin Worley scores an unassisted goal in a man-up situation. The Tigers gain their second victory in the conference and their fifth home victory.