Trojans Drop One to the Rams

Boys' soccer record falls to 3-2.

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Trojans Drop One to the Rams

BACK OFF - Junior Ben Andersen shields the ball from a Tri-Center competitor. Andersen has been a key player for the Trojans throughout the season.

BACK OFF - Junior Ben Andersen shields the ball from a Tri-Center competitor. Andersen has been a key player for the Trojans throughout the season.

Sarah Schorle

BACK OFF - Junior Ben Andersen shields the ball from a Tri-Center competitor. Andersen has been a key player for the Trojans throughout the season.

Sarah Schorle

Sarah Schorle

BACK OFF - Junior Ben Andersen shields the ball from a Tri-Center competitor. Andersen has been a key player for the Trojans throughout the season.

Erin Wendt, Lead Editor

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The Trojans headed to Glenwood on Monday, April 15, to take on the Rams after their home tournament this past weekend. The boys fell to the Rams 2-0. Junior Clayton Jipson, the goalkeeper for the Trojans, had a total of 19 saves during the matchup.

On the offensive side, Atlantic had five total shots from juniors Ally Abdallah, Ben Andersen, Zach McKay and Jackson Mullin and sophomore Beau Dickerson. Only two of those shots were on goal, from Mullin and Dickerson. The Trojans had no corner kicks throughout the game.

The boys will be competing against the Carroll Tigers on Thursday, April 18, followed by a match against the Creston Panthers on Monday, April 22.

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