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Prep soccer: Community Christian takes third in CAL tournament

The Eagles beat Cambridge Christian 6-0 after a shootout loss to St. Cloud Christian in the semifinals.

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WILLMAR — The Community Christian boys soccer team took third place in the Christian Athletic League tournament on Saturday.

CCS beat Cambridge Christian in the third-place match, 6-0.

Mark Arnold had three goals and two assists for the Eagles. Landon Holmgren added two goals and Will Chapin had a goal and an assist. Juan Ramirez made three saves in goal for the shutout.

CCS opened the tournament with a 4-1 victory over Immanuel Lutheran, then lost to St. Cloud Christian in a shootout in the semifinals.

CCS 6,
Cambridge Christian 0
Cambridge Christian ................. 0 0 — 0
CCS ............................................. 4 2 — 6

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St. Cloud Christian 2,
CCS 1 (SO)

St. Cloud Christian won the double overtime shootout 5-4 to advance in the CAL tournament in Willmar.

CCS rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit.

Scoring goals for the Eagles were: Will Chapin, Landon Holmgren and Eduardo Montejano. Chapin had two goals.

Max Arnold made two saves in goal and Juan Ramirez had one for CCS.

St. Cloud Christian................. 1 0 0 0 — 1
CCS ......................................... 0 1 0 0 — 1
CCS 4, Immanuel 1

CCS opened CAL tournament play with a victory over Immanuel Lutheran in Willmar.

Will Chapin had two goals and an assist to lead the Eagles. Eduardo Montejano added a goal and two assists and Jack Velyan had a goal for CCS, Mark Arnold also chipped in with an assist.

Juan Ramirez had one save in goal for the Eagles..

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Immanuel Lutheran................. 0 1 — 1
CCS ……………….................... 2 2 — 4
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