Veteran Lady Crusaders roll to 10-0 victory over Lady Indians

Helias’ Courtney Lock (right) beats an Osage defender to the ball while scoring her second goal of Tuesday’s game at the 179 Soccer Park.

Helias’ Courtney Lock (right) beats an Osage defender to the ball while scoring her second goal of Tuesday’s game at the 179 Soccer Park. Photo by Kelley McCall.

It wasn’t all that long ago the Helias Lady Crusaders were going through the same growing pains.

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“It was hard to go against teams that were established,” Helias coach Chuck Register said Tuesday night after the Lady Crusaders defeated the School of the Osage Lady Indians by the 10-0 mercy rule at the 179 Soccer Park. “But it works itself out, you get a year or two of experience and the players get stronger.

“It’s what we have now and they’ll get there.”

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