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2A boys soccer: Sitton's hat trick lifts Indian Rocks

Cody Sitton recorded a hat trick, and Indian Rocks Christian overcame a scoreless first half to defeat Out-of-Door Academy 3-0 on the road.

"It did take a little time to jell, but we played real well," IRC coach Ben Futoran said. "We dominated a majority of the game."

Sitton helped the Golden Eagles (16-7) break through with his first goal in the 58th minute, and he added scores in the 61st and 73rd minutes to ice it for IRC.

Golden Eagles goalkeeper Kollin Woodbury had six stops. IRC outshot Out-of-Door 9-6.

IRC will travel to Tampa Prep on Tuesday for a region semifinal matchup.

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2A boys soccer: Sitton's hat trick lifts Indian Rocks 02/04/10 [Last modified: Thursday, February 4, 2010 11:51pm]
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