Boys soccer battles Bay but surrenders undefeated title

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Boys soccer battles Bay but surrenders undefeated title

Chris Golden, senior, receives the ball from Jack Gruen, freshman, after the opposing team scores.

Chris Golden, senior, receives the ball from Jack Gruen, freshman, after the opposing team scores.

Ashley Zaiss

Chris Golden, senior, receives the ball from Jack Gruen, freshman, after the opposing team scores.

Ashley Zaiss

Ashley Zaiss

Chris Golden, senior, receives the ball from Jack Gruen, freshman, after the opposing team scores.

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The boys varsity soccer took on another undefeated team, Whitefish Bay, on Tuesday Sept. 24. Coming into the ninth game of the season, the team felt strong, but after a tough fight, Whitefish Bay came out on top winning 3-1. 

“The guys battled very hard, disappointed about the loss but I know we will bounce back and will learn from this experience,” Coach Tony Navarre said. 

This being the first loss of the season, the team, along with coaches, hope to use this as a learning experience as the season continues.

“It’s important to take this loss positively and come back even stronger for the next games,” Sam Walton, sophomore, said. “I know from here on out we should have full confidence in ourselves as individuals and as teammates.” 

This being one of the most important games of the season, the team was disappointed in their execution of the game against their rivals. 

“It obviously unfortunate to lose, but now we will come back stronger,” Colin Satchie, senior, said. 

The goal for the team still remains the same even after this tough loss: winning conference. 

 

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