Boys soccer: Millers tie No. 2 Eagles, ‘Hounds upset No. 1 NC

The Noblesville boys soccer team traveled to Class 3A No. 2 Zionsville on Tuesday, cand came away with a 1-1 tie.
The Millers took the lead in the first half when Carter Cates made a good strike from just outside of 18 feet. The ball just went inside the lower left post.
The Eagles tied the game in the second half on a penalty kick. Noblesville was forced to play a man down after a red card in the second half, but continued to press for the winner. Luke Kpodi had multiple runs on goal as the lone striker, while Adam Carter did his part in goal to preserve the tie by stopping a few breakaway attempts and clearing out corner kicks.
“Overall, the Millers should be proud of the way they played down a man and have proven that they should be taken seriously with the top teams in the state of Indiana as their unbeaten streak is now at six,” said Noblesville coach Ken Dollaske.

Carmel, ranked No. 19 in 3A, upset old rival North Central 1-0 on Tuesday. The Panthers are 3A’s No. 1-ranked team.
Jack Muller scored the goal for the Greyhounds, with Ben Godden making the assist. Andy Pagano-Marrero recorded the shutout.
“Tonight was a fantastic game. I couldn’t be more proud of the team,” said Carmel coach Shane Schmidt. “We really worked together in every facet of the game. Our effort, shape, and communication was the catalyst of the win.”
The Greyhounds are now 5-4-1 for the season.

Sheridan dropped a Tuesday game to North Montgomery 8-2.
The Blackhawks trailed 5-0 at halftime. Caleb Duke scored both of Sheridan’s goals in the second half, with 30:48 and 28:48 remaining. Duke’s second goal was a penalty kick.
The ‘Hawks will host Crawfordsville at approximately 7:30 p.m. Thursday, after the girls match.

Hamilton Heights defeated Bishop Chatard 3-1 on Tuesday.
The Huskies got the game’s first goal 20 minutes in, when Josh Thorpe finished a great ball from Logan Fakes. Ten minutes later, Fakes got his own goal, with Sam Blake handing out the assist. That made the halftime score 2-0.
Heights’ third goal came when Jackson Stuart found Zach Clark, who put it in the net. Chatard scored with five minutes left on a penalty kick. Caleb Grabarz had three saves for Heights.
Huskies coach Derrick Dean said that co-players of the game were Sean Russell and Rojer Lopez as they played great, sound minutes moving the ball and played with urgency yet patience.

Guerin Catholic played to a 2-2 tie with Cathedral on Tuesday.
Noah Dewaal and Austin Boyer scored goals for the 3A No. 14 Golden Eagles.