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Harford eliminates ’Jacks from soccer regional
Owls contain Dajani, end Chesapeake’s unbeaten streak at seven games

BEL AIR – Corey Schmidt had a goal and an assist as Harford Community College blanked visiting Chesapeake College, 4-0, Saturday in the first round of the NJCAA Division I Region XX men’s soccer tournament.

The loss ended both a five-game winning streak and a seven-game unbeaten streak for the Skipjacks. Chesapeake (8-5-1) set a school record for winning percentage (.607), beating the previous mark of .588 set by the 1993 men’s soccer team.

"Our guys played hard, but that was probably our worst game of the season," said Mike Moulton, the first-year head coach who helped Chesapeake go from 0-12 last season to a winning record this year. "Their strategy was to take out Mohamad (Dajani, who scored a team-high 16 goals for the Skipjacks). They had a guy who shadowed Mohamad and their strategy was pretty successful."

Chris Stone, Kyle Bem, and Nick Milich also had goals for the Owls (8-8-2). Chesapeake goalie Justin Durner made seven saves.

While Moulton would have liked to see the Skipjacks extend their season – or even just have been more competitive with Harford Saturday – he said he was "happy overall about our body of work this year."

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