Updated: Thursday, 27 Oct 2011, 10:34 PM EDT
Published : Thursday, 27 Oct 2011, 7:44 PM EDT
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - Interviews with assistant coach Cameron Jordan, senior midfielder Austin West and junior goalie Chase Walker.
In nine state finals appearances, Canterbury's boys soccer team has caputred three state championships - second most in state history.
Saturday, the Cavaliers (17-1-4) will go for #4 when they face Evansville Mater Dei (17-5-1)for the Class 1A boys soccer state championship at 1 p.m. at Kuntz Stadium in Indianapolis.
Most of the season, Canterbury has been ranked #1 in Class 1A. The top-ranked Cavaliers will face the #2 Wildcats in the title game.
It's been an impressive postseason for Canterbury. The Cavaliers have yet to allow a single goal in the postseason winning all six games by shutout by a combined score of 27-0. Canterbury has posted a shutout in nine of the last ten games. Cavaliers' junior goalkeeper Chase Walker has 10 shutouts in 17 matches this season averagingn 0.54 goals against. Wildcats' junior keeper Jered Schenk has seven shutouts in 23 matches this year averaging 1.28 goals against.
Senior forward Austin West leads Canterbury with 15 goals this season. Sophomore forward Britt Watts has 12 goals while senior midfielder Adam Antalis and junior midfielder Chase Moyle have each scored 10 goals. Kyle Wilson and Travis Wannemuehler led the Mater Dei offense with 27 and 21 goals each respectively. Josh Weinzapfel is the only other Wilcat with double-digit goals (13).
This will be Evansville Mater Dei's first state finals appearance.
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