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Comets absorb tough loss / May 11, 2009
The HCHS boys’ soccer team absorbed a tough loss to PH-Roanoke Thursday night.

HCHS lost 10-0 at home, “probably one of the worst losses we’ve had since I’ve been coaching,” said Comet head coach Frank Shealy. “It was a total breakdown on our part.

“PH is the top team in the district right now, they’re undefeated in the district,” said Shealy. “It’s hard to have a positive in a 10-0 loss.”

Shealy had praise for Comet keeper Jordan Keck.

Keck “did what he could. He actually had a lot of good saves (about 17).

They shot on the goal repeatedly during the game, and he couldn’t stop them all,” said Shealy.

HCHS was coming off a recent loss at E.C. Glass, an 8-1 defeat. Dru Henderson had the lone goal for the Comets.

Halifax is now 2-14 overall and winless in the district.

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