Indiana O-40 was looking to break a two-game losing streak when they traveled to Harmarville on Oct. 5 to play Fox Chapel. The game started very well for Indiana, when Chad Hojnoski intercepted a leisurely back-pass to the Fox Chapel keeper, and rolled it in the net to make it 1-0, Indiana. The game was marked with 5-10 minute stretches when one team would control play, and then the other team would assert itself for an extended period. Just before half, Indiana keeper Kevin Kerr made a spectacular save, but the rebound fell to a Fox Chapel defender, and the teams went into the break tied. In the second half, this pattern of play continued, and at about the 55 minute mark, Fox Chapel scored to take the lead. However, this spurred Indiana to its best play of the day, and they were able to consistently put pressure on the Fox Chapel goal. After a close miss by Bryan Wilkins, a corner kick found Jose Soriano on the far post, and he directed his header just under the crossbar to square the game at 2-2. Both teams seemed somewhat spent after this point, and the game ended in a well-deserved draw.