Reece Cooke's touch of ball in scoring sequence.
Sophomore midfielder Kevin Coleman started sequence via a corner kick. Coleman also earned an assist on Kettle Run's first goal of the game that tied it 1-1.
Sophomore forward Bhayle Kearns deserved credit for Kettle Run's first goal says Derek Schauss, whose name went in record book for it.
Garrett Magill, Kevin Coleman and Jake Waltrous wait to hug Kettle Run Coach Phil Roper after the win.
I didn’t have the angle to see if it went in or not. It was a scrum. I was hoping for a touch in the chaos with the ball in the back of the net when it was done. Fortunately, the AR (assistant referee) was in position and ruled it a score.
— Kettle Run Coach Phil Roper
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martinkus · June 14, 2015 at 12:48 pm
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE KETTLE RUN COUGARS - STATE CHAMPS IN SOCCER!