Keystone girls soccer ousted by Celts

Published: Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 11:00 p.m.
Last Modified: Sunday, January 27, 2013 at 12:04 a.m.

OCALA — A season that included nearly 20 wins and a District 5-2A championship came to a painful conclusion for the Keystone Heights girls soccer team on Saturday night.

Facing a well-rounded club that hasn't allowed a goal since Jan. 5, the Indians fell to Trinity Catholic, 8-0, in the FHSAA Class 2A Region 2 semifinals.

The Celtics (17-2) got five goals from Florida Gulf Coast commitment Tabby Tindell, two from Alyssa Eashoo and another from Abbie Camargo.

The final one came from Eashoo two minutes into the second half, forcing a mandated mercy-rule ending.

Keystone Heights (18-4-1) found itself playing defense pretty much the entire 42 minutes of action, as Trinity Catholic keeper Taylor Mosley

touched the ball just once — jumping to catch a corner kick at the 31-minute mark.

“(The Indians) played hard,” said Celtics coach Blendhel Elias, whose team will visit Lake Highland Prep in Tuesday's regional final. “It was good to get the win.”

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