(Grand Rapids, Mich.) The CornerstoneGolden EaglesWomen's Soccer
team fell to the Davenport Panthers Wednesday evening losing 0-3. "The
first twenty minutes of the game, we were playing good soccer," said Coach
Randy Strawser. TheGolden Eagles gusto was evident as theystepped
out onto the field. However, theGolden Eagles quality of play
changed and the GoldenEagles entered halftime with a score of 0-1, the
first goal taking place24 minutes into the half. On the sidelines, the
Eaglescheered their teammates on to the end. Coach Dan McAllister said,
"We kept on fighting to the end. That is something to be proud of."
The Golden Eagles were outshot 10-7 by the Panthers. During the second
half, the Golden Eagles gave up two moregoals. Despite the score, the
roar coming from the sidelines remained constant, as teammates of the Golden
Eagles rooted each other on. After the game, the GoldenEagles exhibited
good sportsmanship by joining hands with their opponent in a word of prayer.
The Golden Eagles gifted thePanthers with a keychain that showcased
two scriptures. Currently, the Panthers show a leading record in the WHAC
league. Come support the Golden Eagles on September 19th at 12:00pm as they
take on Indiana Tech at home.