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By Mark Jurgena
The Collinsville girls soccer team played well for the most part but hit a bit of a rough patch as they began their 2023 spring season with an 0-2-1 mark.
CHS 0 Waterloo 0
On March 13 the Kahoks began their season with a scoreless draw at Waterloo.
“I’m very happy with the result and how the girls played,” said CHS coach Jodie Munoz. “We did a lot of great things tonight and we still need to tweak a few things but overall it was a positive night.”
Addy Johnson was in goal for CHS and made two saves.
Granite City 1 CHS 0
One night later CHS had their home opener but lost 1-0 to Granite City.
Again Johnson was in goal and came up with five saves.
“It was a tough, physical game and we definitely had a hard time matching their physicality,” said Munoz. “We made some minor mistakes that we shouldn’t have and didn’t capitalize on the chances we did have. Luckily, our mistakes are very fixable and hoping to learn and move on from there.”
Chatham 5 CHS 0
Saturday night the Kahoks traveled to Chatham (Glenwood) and suffered a 5-0 defeat.
Johnson and Kyra Van Dyke split time in the nets.
The Kahoks traveled to Edwardsville Tuesday night however results were unavailable at press time.
They return to the home pitch tonight to face Belleville East at 6:30 p.m.