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His team scored seven goals, outshot its opponent by 23 and had four players find the net.
By KEITH NIEBUHR
Published February 2, 2007
TAMPA - His team scored seven goals, outshot its opponent by 23 and had four players find the net. And yet, Tampa Prep coach Jose DaCosta wasn't completely satisfied after the Terrapins' 7-0 win over Calvary Christian on Thursday.
"I expect a high level out of them all the time," DaCosta said. "We played well for about 20 to 25 minutes. We were at a really high level early on. But then I think we dropped off a bit."
The opponent didn't see any slide.
"They," Calvary Christian coach Erik Krotz said, "have a fantastic program. They're the Class 2A team around here that everyone tries to emulate. That's a top-notch team. They do everything well."
Tampa Prep (24-3-2) scored early and often, getting goals in the first, ninth and 11 minutes to build a 3-0 lead. From there, the Terps never were threatened.
Forward Ryan Griffin scored three times and forward Zach Taylor scored twice as Tampa Prep produced 28 shots on goal. Had it not been for the solid play of Matt Mahoney, the keeper for Calvary Christian (16-7-2), the score might have been worse."
"Their passes were crisp and their runs off the ball were fantastic," Krotz said. "But if you take out the first 20 minutes, we didn't do that badly."