Timeout soccer: Extras
September 25, 2013 11:00PM
Siblings Dennis and Chloe Deardurff play for the Kouts High School boys and girls soccer teams respectively. | Michael Gard/For Sun-Times Media
Timeout Soccer Extra
Chesterton-KV showdown a no go
A matchup between the likely girls Duneland Conference outright champion and the likely Northwest Crossroads Conference outright champion will not take place this season.
Chesterton was scheduled to play at Kankakee Valley last Thursday, but that game was postponed because of the weather. The Trojans and Kougars tried to reschedule, but a mutually convenient day could not be found as the regular season winds down.
KV, the area’s only remaining undefeated girls team at 12-0 through Tuesday, has an interesting remaining schedule this week. The Kougars play at likely DAC runner-up — and definite sectional foe — Crown Point on Thursday night, then play at Northwest Indiana Soccer Conference champ Wheeler on Saturday. The Bearcats were 11-1-1 through Tuesday, with the chance to have completed an undefeated conference season on Wednesday night against Marquette.
Boys P-T Top 5
1. Crown Point; 2. Valparaiso; 3. Chesterton; 4. Munster; 5. Bishop Noll
Girls P-T Top 5
1. Chesterton; 2. Crown Point; 3. Kankakee Valley; 4. Munster; 5. Lake Central
Note: Rankings through Tuesday, based on results reported to the Post-Tribune
Recorded a hat trick as the Knights edged Kankakee Valley 3-2 on Monday.
Recorded a hat trick as the Blazers edged Clark 3-2 on Monday.
Kouts’ Dennis and Chloe Deardurff
The twins started out playing together in youth leagues. Now, they are captains on their respective varsity teams at Kouts. Read Dave Melton’s story at posttrib.suntimes.com/sports.
Updated: October 28, 2013 7:26AM