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Timberland's magical ride ends with a 3-1 setback to Rockhurst Print Email « Buy Now Buy Now Buy Now » 2013-11-23T18:30:00Z 2013-11-23T23:34:19Z Timberland's magical ride ends with a 3-1 setback to Rockhurst By David Kvidahl | STLhighschoolsports.com stltoday.com 11 hours ago  •  By David Kvidahl | STLhighschoolsports.com Loading… Related Links Missouri playoffs schedule, results

timberland BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. • The Timberland boys soccer team spent all season digging, scratching and clawing its way back. The Wolves were never dead until the final horn sounded. They erased two-goal deficits late in the second half. They rallied when they trailed in penalty kicks. It was all but impossible to put Timberland down for the count.

timberland fashion boots In the biggest match of the season, Rockhurst finally had the answer. The Hawklets scored a 3-1 win over Timberland in the Class 3 championship match Saturday at Blue Springs South.

timberland shoes It's the first time a St. Louis area team did not win the Class 3 championship since the finals were moved to Blue Springs after 2010. 

timberland outlet It’s the sixth state title for Rockhurst (22-8) and first since 2010. The Hawklets were a machine as they marched to the title. They rattled off 16 straight wins to finish the year. The last team to beat them was Marquette in the Gateway City Classic.

timberland boots kids “Their mentality changed and they had an identity when they came back from St. Louis,” Rockhurst coach Chris Lawson said. “We beat Liberty on the 7th and never looked back. This was a special group.”

timberland boot sale Behind some stellar finishing from Kyle McLagan and Robert Kelly, Rockhurst raced to three first-half goals. McLagan scored the first one midway through the first half against the run of play. Seven minutes later, Kelly was standing in the box, received the ball and used his heel to slide the ball into the net.

McLagan finished off the scoring, and the Wolves, when he beat Timberland goalkeeper Kyle Adams to a 50-50 ball in the box by half a heartbeat and managed to chip it over the diving Adams with just over 7 minutes to play in the half.

“Rockhurst was the better team,” Timberland coach Kyle Austin said. “My hat’s off to Lawson, he had those kids prepared. Those kids were fired up. He’s a heck of a coach, I’ve known him for a while now and we know it would be the biggest test of the season.”

Timberland (26-3-2) had a handful of chances, but wasn’t able to work its mojo the way it had during its inaugural run to the final four. The Wolves were stymied by Rockhurst goalkeeper Richard Reed and their own inability to put the ball in the net.

“Their keeper made a few fine saves. We had a few that went wide of the net,” Austin said. “They capitalized on their opportunities. At the end of the day, we didn’t capitalize and that kind of sunk us.”

The Wolves didn’t do themselves any favors in the second half as they were hit with two yellow cards and a straight red. Jordan Fischer was given a straight red card and ejected after his tackle of a Rockhurst player brought both teams into a scrum in front of the benches at midfield. Only after the players had been separated and order restored did he receive his red card midway through the half.

Jordan Bermudez was hit with his second yellow card after he made excessive contact with Reed. He was also then ejected from the match.

Austin received a yellow card after Marc Roelling went into a shoulder challenge with a Rockhurst player and received the worst of it. Roelling tried to walk the injury off after staying down on the turf. Austin walked on to the field, but went to talk to the official and not to his player, earning the caution.

“In the second half, we lost our mind a little bit for a while and got away from what we wanted to do. We let the emotions of the moment get away and took us out of it,” Austin said. “Even down three, I thought we had some chances, we were starting to create some pressure and build some momentum. The two red cards, down 3-0 with nine men, you’re not going to be on the plus side very often.”

The Wolves did manage to score when Travis Long beat Reed to a 50-50 ball with his head and chipped it over the goalkeeper with just over 13 minutes left in the match.

The loss stings Timberland as it heads home without the trophy it came for, but also for its final performance on the field. The team that spent all year battling back and refusing to lose was unable to excel at the things that brought it to the verge of a state title.

“It’s going to hurt for a while. Mainly because I don’t think that was our best soccer that we put on display. We could have played better than that. We could have showcased a little bit more in the game,” Austin said. “This is the season that put Timberland on the map for boys soccer. They laid that foundation of success. That’s something they can take pride in the rest of their lives. Those things are bigger than one game itself.”

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