Updated: Saturday, 27 Oct 2012, 11:51 PM EDT
Published : Saturday, 27 Oct 2012, 1:52 PM EDT
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INDIANAPOLIS, IN. (WANE) - Canterbury left little doubt in its bid for a second consecutive Class A State soccer championship - the Cavs scored twice in the opening 10 minutes on their way to a dominating 5-0 win over Covenant Christian on Saturday morning.
Junior Britt Watts found Jacob Fritz for a goal just 7:28 in to get the action going. Less than two minutes later it was Rece Buckmaster sending one home from about 12 yards out. Canterbury didn't let off the gas though, as Spencer Heller and Cole Walker would both score later in the half, to push the lead to 4-0 at halftime, all but deciding the match in the opening 40 minutes. Shane Crines intercepted a ball and delivered a strike in the 54th minute to set the final score.
Cavs goalkeeper Chase Walker didn't see much action, but he was perfect in net, saving all four shots he faced.
Following the conclusion of the game, Canterbury defender Chase Moyle was named the C. Eugene Cato Mental Attitude Award winner for Class A Boys Soccer.
This is the programs fifth boys state soccer title.
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