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Prep girls soccer: Indians turn for the worse

Hart starts off strong, but eventually falls to Chino Hills

Posted: February 19, 2013 10:09 p.m.
Updated: February 19, 2013 10:09 p.m.
 

Things changed in a hurry for Hart Indians girls soccer on Tuesday.

After Ally Perez scoring in the 34th minute to put the Indians ahead in their second-round CIF-Southern Section Division II contest with Chino Hills, the Huskies scored three goals in a seven minute span to win 3-1 at Chino Hills High School.

Hart (13-8-7) led 1-0 at halftime before the Huskies’ barrage ran from the 52nd minute to the 59th.

“That’s just a really good team. They just came out on fire and broke us down and played really fast — scored three goals really quick,” said Hart head coach Justin Lundin. “We couldn’t get our feet under us after the first one and that’s not a team you can get down about.”

Hart knew Chino Hills (19-3-4), the first place team out of the Sierra League, would be an aggressive team that tested its backline.

“They were definitely a very, very talented team and we sat back and tried to keep our shape and defend and try to get a counterattack,” Lundin said. “Which we did and we scored on it. So at halftime, everything was going great.”

But things changed, and now Hart is forced to look to next year.

They’ll lose a lot of talent, including goalkeeper Daisy Hydar, who had 10 saves on Tuesday, Hailey Jenkins, Presley Lambert, McKinley Kane and Perez.

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