KALIDA – Miller City senior goalkeeper Joseph Deitering immediately remembered when Kalida steam-rolled the team three years ago.
It became even more satisfying for Deitering after Mirror City won a 2-0 men’s football victory over Calida on Tuesday.
Deitering posted 10 saves for the shutout, diving saves at the goal post and punch saves at the crossbar several times.
“That was a big deal, especially as a freshman goalkeeper, losing to Karida 7-0,” said Daytering. “The second grader lost 4-1 and the third grader lost 1-0 and was able to do this year. It took a lot of hard work.”
Deitering is also playing on the forward line this season and has six goals.
This marked the first victory of youth soccer against Karida in Mirror City since 2014.
Mirror City is 6-3, 1-1 in the Putnam County League. PCL Carida 3-4-2, 1-1.
“I felt good,” said Kevin Dateling, goalkeeper’s father, in Mirror City. “Kalida is one of those programs that is a big achievement (when you beat them). Looking at their schedule, they are basically WBL (Western Buckeye League) schools with their schedule. is”
Samuel Ellerbrock and Silas Niese scored a goal for Mirror City.
Karida controlled play in the first 20 minutes and shot four quick shots online.
It helped Mirror City survive the early Karida surge.
“There were a couple of saves we were able to do in the first half,” says Deitering. “And there were some of the top 90 saves that I was able to parlay on the net …. The save (early) on the right was big.”
Karida beat Mirror City 11-6. Karida had a corner kick advantage of 4-2.
Karida goalkeeper Brady Felsch made two saves.
Mirror City scored first with a rebound shot by Ella Block, leaving 9:08 in the first half.
Owen Tove made the first shot, and after the save, Mason Lehman made a rebound shot. This was saved by Felsch.
After that, Ella Brock knocked in the second rebound from the 8 yard out.
“We got over the storm (early), entered half-time and became huge with a 1-0 lead,” said Deitering coach.
“We gained a lot of momentum with our first goal,” said goalkeeper Dateling.
Karida flocked to Miller City’s goal most of the second half, with Miller City pulling some of the four midfielders back to the defensive end.
“I think they controlled the ball throughout the second half,” said Daytering. “We told them to put the ball in front of you and talk, like to contain it, and this is probably the people who talk and mark in set pieces. For me, it’s the best defense effort I’ve ever made … I’m really proud of our people. “
Mirror City pushed the lead 2-0 when Nice fired a highline drive from 19 yards into the upper left corner of the net.
It’s now 5:10.
“The second goal was very big, because I wasn’t happy with the 1-0 lead over these guys,” said Daytering.
Calida’s Brayron Smith tracks Evan Schroeder (30) from Mirror City during a match at Calida on Tuesday. See more high school soccer photos on LimaScores.com.
Calida’s Adam Seefker (right) played against Mirror City’s Ethan Barrage during a match at Calida on Tuesday.
During the match in Calida on Tuesday, Calida’s Evan Stekschulte (left) and Mirror City’s Ethan Barrage compete for the ball.
Karida’s Gaberof on the right defends against Talon Hoyerman of Mirror City during a match at Karida on Tuesday.
Mirror City’s Ethan Bar Large on the left defends against Karida’s EJ Miller during a match at Karida on Tuesday.
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Youth Soccer: Mirror City Outperforms Calida
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