Updated: Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012, 6:43 PM EDT
Published : Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012, 5:41 PM EDT
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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) - One year ago the Canterbury boys soccer program was on top of the Class A spectrum - state champs for the first time in the two-class era in Indiana boys soccer. Just over three weeks ago, the Cavaliers appeared to be in serious trouble.
At just 9-6-1 following an inconsistent regular season the Cavs hardly looked the part of a team ready to defend its crown - but six straight wins later and Canterbury is on the verge of the programs fifth state championship. Since sectional play began, the Cavs have allowed just three goals, while their offense has been a revelation. Sparked by the brilliant play of junior star Britt Watts - who has scored nine times in the postseason - the Cavs have knocked off the top two ranked teams in the state and enter Saturday's final riding high.
Canterbury will face Indianapolis based Covenant Christian in the finals. The match begins at 10:30 a.m. on the campus of IUPUI.
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