Park Tudor School Boys Middle School Soccer

  • Overall Record: 1 - 2
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Park Tudor School Boys Middle School Soccer beat St. Richards School 4-2

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 4:30 PM Park Tudor School AWAY 4 St. Richards School HOME 2 Game Recap Park Tudor moved to 2-1 on the young season with a well-played 4-2 win at St. Richard’s in their first league game of the season. Humza Raza put the Panthers up 1-0, after taking a neat pass

Park Tudor School Boys Varsity Soccer falls to Heritage Christian School 2-1

Monday, August 28, 2017 7:00 PM Heritage Christian School AWAY 2 Park Tudor School HOME 1 Game Recap Kevin O’Neill scored the lone goal for the Panthers in their loss to Heritage Christian on Monday night. The Boys Soccer team is back in action today when the take on University at 5:30pm. Box Scores 1

Park Tudor School Boys Middle School Soccer beat International School Of Indiana 6-4

Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:30 PM Park Tudor School AWAY 6 International School Of Indiana HOME 4 Game Recap In a back and forth affair, the Panthers Boys soccer team opened the season with a high-scoring 6-4 win at International. PTMS attacked early and often and created a lot of chances. Oscar Stuart scored a

Park Tudor School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Speedway High School 4-3

Thursday, August 24, 2017 5:30 PM Park Tudor School AWAY 4 Speedway High School HOME 3 Game Recap Park Tudor can away with a 4-3 victory, David Bender scored two, Elijah Sutton and Kevin O’Neill with one goal a piece. Box Scores 1 2 Park Tudor School 2 2 Speedway 2 1

Park Tudor School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Lebanon High School 3-1

Tuesday, August 15, 2017 7:00 PM Lebanon High School AWAY 1 Park Tudor School HOME 3 Game Recap One goal scored in the first half by Kevin O’Neil and two in the second half, one by Clayton House and Hashim Raza gave Park Tudor a well deserved hard fought 3-1 win. Box Scores 1 2

7/8 Coed Soccer wins IISL Tournament Championship

Just call them the Cardiac Kids. Park Tudor Middle School won the IISL Tournament Championship with three heart-stopping wins, finally defeating The Oaks on penalty kicks in the title game, played at Tabernacle Presbyterian Church. Coach Miknus and Coach Ziegler combined rosters for the post-season co-ed tournament. Each of their teams had won two games