Boys soccer place second in Titan Classic

Freshman Chris Goodale fight for possession of the ball against Wichita Classical in a recent home match up. The Indians went on the win 4-2 in this match up.

Brooke Pflaum

Freshman Chris Goodale fight for possession of the ball against Wichita Classical in a recent home match up. The Indians went on the win 4-2 in this match up.

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The Indians boys soccer team placed second overall in the last weeks tournament, totaling up six goals in three games.

Kicking off the tournament with a victory over Topeka West the Indians netted two goals, and allowed only one. The Indians had several opportunity’s in both the first and second half of the game.

The Indians went into the second game of the tournament looking for a way into the championship game to defender their title at the Titan Classic. The Indians came out strong in the first half against Towanda-Circle scoring four goals. The Indians didn’t create as many opportunities in the second half and the game Resulted in a 4-0 win.

The Indians fell 3-0 in the championship game to Wichita Southeast. The Indians just could seem to get rolling, playing without captain Trey McCrae due to injury in the previous game.

The Indians move to 3-2 record on the season.

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