|By Herald-Times, Bloomington, Ind.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Playing against the
<p>Still, the Panthers (4-3-1) rebounded from a slow start to go toe-to-toe with the unbeaten Trojans, who took a 1-0 lead just five minutes in. South responded 10 minutes later with a goal from
"For at least 30 minutes, I thought we played better than them," Rickerby said. "We were physical, attacking well, winning headers.
"Then the second half, they wore us down a little bit. I was disappointed, because I thought we'd have a bit more legs."
Against Evansville Central, it was a cased of missed opportunities on both sides, particularly for South.
"We had chances, and so did they," Rickerby said of the tie. "I think we had a lion's share of the chances, but neither team could finish."
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