Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Johannsen, Horn made All-Conf First Team

 Cypress, CA - Four Chargers made the All-Conference team for their accomplishments during the season. Making the second team were Luis Garcia and Kristian Puente. Lasse Horn and Milan Johannson were elected to the first team.
Kristian Puente
Luis Garcia
Lasse Horn
Milan Johannsen

Monday, November 12, 2012

OCC spoiled Chargers' Sophomore Day

Cypress, CA - The Pirates coming into the last game of the season at Ray Haas Field displayed their third place strength and outdid the Chargers 4-1.  The Chargers played to a tough 0-0 score in the first half but the Pirates scored four unanswered goals. The Pirates finished third in the conference with a record 11-5-4, 7-4-3 and likely with go to the Regionals. The Chargers ended the season in 6th place with a 7-10-4, 4-9-1 record.

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Chargers lost 1-0 to 3rd-ranked Golden West

Huntington Beach, CA - The Chargers went head to head with the #3 team in the state Golden West College and did not back down in a 1-0 setback. GWC's attack of 16 shots (7 on goals) forced Cypress to work hard on defense.

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Chargers use momentum to victory over Santiago

Engholm scored a
deuce in the 2H
Cypress, CA - Fifteen minutes into the game, Santiago scored on the Chargers and had its momentum stacked up. The Chargers turned their gears at the 38th minute mark, Lasse Horn found the net to tie the game at 1-1. In the second half, the other Denmark Connection, Milan Johansson Engholm found the net twice to finalize the Chargers 3-1 win. The win gave Cypress a conference record of 4-7-1 and a 5th place standing with GWC and OCC remaining on the schedule.

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Chargers fell short to Norco 2-1

Cypress, CA - Two goals taken away and two missed shots right in front of the goal cost the Chargers a much needed win to stay in the playoffs race. Lasse Horn was fouled inside Norco's  Javier Prieto, goalie's box which awarded the Chargers a PK. Horn converted and gave the Chargers a 1-0 lead. The Mustangs scored at the 51-minute and 84-minute marks to take the lead 2-1. However the Chargers (6-7-4, 3-7-1) had opportunities late in the game, two goals called back due to offisides.

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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Cypress back on winning, beat Fullerton 3-1

Fullerton, CA - The Chargers' offense broke lose after scoring only one goal in the last four games. Luis Garcia, Michael Hodis and and Lasse Horn found the net in a 3-1 victory over Fullerton. Cypress (5-7-4, 3-6-1) is chasing a playoff spot with four games left on the schedule. This was the Chargers' first win since a 2-1 victory over Santiago on October 9th. Tony Roman collected three saves.

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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Chargers assessed 30 fouls, lost game 1-0

Cypress, CA - The Chargers were called for 30 fouls and five yellow cards and lost 1-0 to Santa Ana. The goal came at the 75th minute when a foul was called in front of the Chargers' penalty box which awarded the Dons a free kick. Ivan Orozco booted a direct kick that sailed over Tony Roman to put the Dons on the board 1-0 and the eventual final score. Roman had 8 saves.

The Chargers were called for the most foul in a game this season, the Dons were called for 18 fouls and two yellow cards.  The Chargers continue to struggle, having lost three of the last four games.

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