On Tuesday, October 11th, the Turpin Spartans (12-3, 5-1 ECC) soccer team played host to the Princeton Vikings. From the early stages of the games, it was clear that Turpin was outplaying Princeton and were dominating possession while getting a majority of the scoring opportunities.
The Spartans didn't take long to turn this advantage to the scoreboard when Chris Workman scored the game's opening goal. Turpin then found the back of the net again with Justin Stanley, taking a 2-0 lead into half time. The Spartans continued their form in the second half as Caleb King scored an incredible goal from the corner. His brother, Keegan King was also able to put a goal away bringing the lead to 4-0. Craig Morton tacked on a penalty and Will Cissel scored his first goal of the season to bring the final score to 6-0. The Spartans held strong in the back and David Rinderle/Joseph Borger kept the clean sheet. This game brought the Spartans overall record to 12-3.