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Hastings Soccer Sweeps Concordia

Hastings - The Hastings College men's soccer team faced some adversity early in the second half but overcame it as the Broncos defeated Concordia 3-1 on Wednesday night at Lloyd Wilson Field.
After getting a first half goal by Dru Kobs, Concordia was able to strike early in the second as Carlos Acosta beat GK Alex Guyer which was the first goal he has allowed since back on Oct. 5 against Dakota Wesleyan.
Both teams would hold strong until Thomas Boss would get his tenth goal of the season with just under 25 minutes remaining to give Hastings the 2-1 lead.
Jake Ramsay would add one more goal in the 90th minute to seal the deal for the Broncos with his seventh goal of the year.
Guyer finished the night with seven saves.
With the win, Hastings improves to 15-2 (8-1) on the year and will be back in action Saturday Nov. 2 as the Broncos travel to Mount Marty with kick-off set for 3:00 p.m. in Yankton, SD. With a win, the Broncos will win yet another GPAC Regular Season Championship.
Hastings - The Hastings College women's soccer team may not have played its best game of the season but had some luck on their side as the Broncos knocked off GPAC foe Concordia 1-0 just into the second overtime on Wednesday night at Lloyd Wilson Field.
Amanda Olson would once again prove to be the hero as she took the ball down the left side and hit a shot right at GK Chrissy Lind and the ball found its way through her arms and between her legs and into the goal for the game winner in the 101st minute. That is Olson's 15th goal of the season.
The Broncos needed GK Brittany Toth to come up huge in the first overtime Melissa Stine nearly took advantage of a defensive miscue by the Broncos as her attempted shot over Toth just couldn't clear her vertical jump keeping the Broncos alive.
The Broncos outshot the Bulldogs 23-9 while holding a 9-4 advantage in shots on goal.
Toth finished the night with four saves and her fifth shutout of the season.
With the win Hastings improves to 12-4-1 (8-1) on the year and will be back in action hitting the road to take on Mount Marty Saturday Nov. 2 with kick-off set for 1:00 p.m. in Yankton, SD.