The Ottumwa Courier


October 23, 2012

Indian Hills earns home playoff game with victory

OTTUMWA — The Indian Hills boys soccer team earned itself a first-round home game at the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC) Regional Tournament by defeating Marshalltown 2-1 Saturday.

The Warriors fell behind 1-0 after the Tigers’ Salvador Galvan scored a goal in the 31 minutes left in the first half. IHCC still trailed 1-0 at halftime.

Bruno Moraes tied the match at one in the second half after receiving a pass from Rogerio Manes. Warrior Edison Quinarelli, Jr.  have his team the lead with a goal with  17  minutes left in the match.

“Having home field in the first round is a huge advantage,” coach Doug Seigle said.

“Besides Iowa Western, who won our conference, we have the most momentum going into the tournament.”

The IHCC men (6-9-4) will play host to Dakota County Wednesday in its first-ever ICCAC Regional tournament game on its new soccer field on campus at 3 p.m.

The Indian Hills women’s team’s soccer game against Marshalltown Saturday was forfeited by the Tigers Saturday because of lack of players. The Warrior women (2-16-2) will play their first round regional contest today at Iowa Lakes in Spencer at 2 p.m.

IHCC 2, Marshalltown 1

Mars      1    0 —    1

IHCC     0    2 —    2

Scoring Summary

Marsh — Salvador Galvan goal, 14th minute

IHCC — Bruno Moraes (Rogerio Manes assist)  48th minute.

IHCC —  Edison Quinarelli, Jr. (Jared Truman assist) 73.

Mars: Total Shots — Bruno Liozzi 3 (7). Total Saves — 6 (Alfredo Piedra) 6. Total Fouls-10 (Galvan yellow card).

IHCC: Total Shots — 9 (Brady Anderson 3,  Moraes). Total Saves — 7 (Andrew Boutott 7). Total Fouls — 7.

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