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Unlike its 6-0 win earlier this season, Clearwater Central Catholic had more of a challenge getting by Sarasota Cardinal Mooney on Thursday night, winning 1-0 on senior Chris DiNapoli's shot just 45 seconds into overtime.
By CHAD GOEBERT
Published February 2, 2007
CLEARWATER - Unlike its 6-0 win earlier this season, Clearwater Central Catholic had more of a challenge getting by Sarasota Cardinal Mooney on Thursday night, winning 1-0 on senior Chris DiNapoli's shot just 45 seconds into overtime.
CCC (13-6-3) advances to play Boca Raton St. Andrews (15-5-3) in a regional semifinal Tuesday.
After Thursday's two halves of missed shots and close calls, including a shot off the post, the Marauders wasted little time in extra session. DiNapoli found the ball at his feet just 6 yards out and buried his shot, sending his teammates into a frenzied celebration.
"It was two good teams just battling it out," DiNapoli said. "I was in front of the net and it opened up, I just turned and shot."
Senior goalie Adam Martin recorded a shutout on the strength of two great saves and a stellar performance by the defense.
After the game, CCC coach Jim Harte praised the efforts of both teams.
"Mooney did a great job of making it difficult for us tonight," Harte said. "We just kept fighting, and our fitness paid off. Our guys did a tremendous job."