Boys’ Soccer Falls to the Carroll Tigers

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Boys’ Soccer Falls to the Carroll Tigers

ON THE ATTACK - Senior Nathan Brockman dribbles the ball away from the Tri-Center competitor. Brockman is one of the captains for the boys' soccer team this year.

ON THE ATTACK - Senior Nathan Brockman dribbles the ball away from the Tri-Center competitor. Brockman is one of the captains for the boys' soccer team this year.

Sarah Schorle

ON THE ATTACK - Senior Nathan Brockman dribbles the ball away from the Tri-Center competitor. Brockman is one of the captains for the boys' soccer team this year.

Sarah Schorle

Sarah Schorle

ON THE ATTACK - Senior Nathan Brockman dribbles the ball away from the Tri-Center competitor. Brockman is one of the captains for the boys' soccer team this year.

Erin Wendt, Lead Editor

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The Atlantic boys’ soccer team traveled to Carroll on Thursday, April 18, to make up a rescheduled game from earlier in the season. The Trojans fought hard into overtime against the Tigers but fell 1-0.

Throughout the match, the boys had a total of eight shots with five of them on goal. Senior Nathan Brockman had four shots with two on goal, junior Ben Andersen had three shots with two on goal and sophomore Beau Dickerson had one shot during the match, which was on goal. The Trojans had a total of three corner kicks.

Senior Alvin Nantz was the goalie for the night and had 11 saves.

The boys will be competing in Creston taking on the Panthers on Monday, April 22.

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