Trojans Fight Through the Rain

Rain was an added factor in the boys' soccer game against the Cardinals.

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Trojans Fight Through the Rain

TAKING CHARGE - Senior Nathan Brockman sprints for the ball during the matchup against the Tri-Center Trojans. Brockman is a captain for the team this year.

TAKING CHARGE - Senior Nathan Brockman sprints for the ball during the matchup against the Tri-Center Trojans. Brockman is a captain for the team this year.

Sarah Schorle

TAKING CHARGE - Senior Nathan Brockman sprints for the ball during the matchup against the Tri-Center Trojans. Brockman is a captain for the team this year.

Sarah Schorle

Sarah Schorle

TAKING CHARGE - Senior Nathan Brockman sprints for the ball during the matchup against the Tri-Center Trojans. Brockman is a captain for the team this year.

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Despite the rainy weather, the Atlantic Trojans took on the Treynor Cardinals and fought hard, losing 4-2. The game was hosted by the Cardinals and played on Monday, May 6. The Trojans had a total of six shots with one each from Ally Abdallah and Jackson Mullin and two from Beau Dickerson and Majerus Dulberg. Goals were scored by Dickerson and Dulberg, with assists from Nathan Brockman and Evan Brummer.

Two corner kicks were also taken by the Trojans during the game and Alvin Nantz had a total of 13 saves.

The Trojans take on the Denison Monarchs next on Friday, May 10.

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