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Men’s soccer suffers painful loss

Callah Kraus

Callah Kraus

Gustavo Zogobi, Staff Reporter

The Muskies had their first conference loss on Saturday, Sept. 17 against Rockford with a final score of 2-1.

The men’s soccer team had control of the game during the entire first half, showing their commitment as a group.

The second half of the game changed everything: Rockford had two opportunities to score a goal and they succeeded, handing the Muskie men their first loss against Rockford in the last four years.

The men’s soccer team comes back in action this Tuesday at 4 p.m. against Maranatha Baptist at home on the Muskie Soccer Field.

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