Hastings- With an all-time record of 25-2 over Doane, the Hastings College men's soccer team had one thing in mind going into their match against Doane at Lloyd Wilson Field, and that is to extend their winning streak against Doane. The Broncos did just that when they defeated the Tigers 4-0 on Tuesday.
Though both teams failed to score in the first half, it was not lack of trying. Hastings had 10 shots, three of which were on goal.
After halftime, the Broncos (8-3,3-0 GPAC) little time at all taking a lead over the Tigers (1-11,0-4 GPAC) when Daniel Whitehall (JR/Warrington, England) and Daniel Shonka (SR/Omaha, NE) got the ball to Tor Trosten (SO/Tromso, Norway) in the 54th minute to make the Broncos' lead 1-0. It took only 15 seconds after Trosten's goal for Trosten and Nick Hinds (SR/Lincoln, NE) to feed the ball Daniel Simonis (FR/Dettenheim, Germany) to double the Broncos' lead.
In the 73rd minute, Marc Tautz (SR/Limburg, Germany) added to the Broncos' lead when he made an unassisted goal. Tautz struck again in the 86th minute when he took a penalty kick that went off the tip of the goalkeeper's hands.
The offense was well spread out for the Broncos, with 13 different players recording a shot while the Tigers recorded only three shot, none of which being on goal.
Hastings plays again when they travel to Mitchell, S.D. on Saturday to take on Dakota Wesleyan in a 4 p.m. match.