St. Joseph knocks off Chesapeake, 5-1
By JIM WALKER
Tribune Sports Editor
CHESAPEAKE — The St. Joseph Flyers learned that it’s not how you start but how you finish.
St. Joseph led just 1-0 until late in the half before pulling ahead 3-1. The Flyers played better overall in the second half as they beat the Chesapeake Panthers 5-1 on Tuesday in a soccer game.
“It took us a half to get started, but the team picked it up in the second half,” said Flyers’ coach Dan Blair.
St. Joseph got a hat trick for the second straight game. This time Eli Lewis scored three goals to go along with an assist.
Joseph Payton and Eli Lutz scored a goal each while Trey Young contributed an assist for St. Joseph.
The Flyers (8-2-1) hosts Rose Hill (Ky.) at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.