Updated: Sunday, 21 Oct 2012, 12:00 AM EDT
Published : Sunday, 21 Oct 2012, 12:00 AM EDT
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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) - Defending Class A boys state soccer champion Canterbury will defend its crown. The Cavaliers defeated Guerin Catholic 2-0 on Saturday night to punch their ticket to the final. The Cavs truck in the first half on a Jacob Fritz goal assisted by Rece Buckmaster before Britt Watts tallied a goal of his own in the second to shut the door. Canterbury will face a Covenant Christian team that bested Providence 2-1.
In 2A action, DeKalb came up short against Warsaw, losing in the morning match 2-1. The Tigers got goals from Grant Allbritten and Nathan Koble, while the Barons lone strike came off the foot of Landon Cochran. Warsaw, making its first ever appearance in semi-state, later advanced to its first state championship match after defeating Hamilton Southeastern 2-1 in overtime.The Tigers will face a 16-1-4 Columbus North team that defeated Center Grove 3-1.
In the girls brackets - Bishop Dwenger saw their run to a 2A state title ended in the round of eight by Crown Point who bested the Saints 3-2. In 1A, Bishop Luers was bested by Mishawaka Marian 4-1 in the semi-finals.
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