For the second game in a row, the CCC women's soccer team played 90 minutes of scoreless soccer and fell in overtime. In Saturday's game against York, the Tigers and Panthers were locked up in a scoreless battle until the 104th minute when the Panthers broke through to score the game winner in the 2nd overtime period.
The Tigers were forced to play defense for most of the game, and their defense played big. The Panthers had 43 total shots on the day forcing CCC goal keeper Amanda Curtis to be on the top of her game. Curtis responded in a big way with 18 saves on the day.
Coach Reimer commented, "We are playing much better and making fewer mistakes. We almost had this one. It could have gone either way. The Tigers are now 1-12 on the season. They are back in action on Tuesday night when they host the Manhattan Christian College Crusaders. The ladies will kick off at 6:00 pm.