Mens’ Soccer Takes Tough Loss

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Mens’ Soccer Takes Tough Loss

“It’s been a disappointing season because we have been right there with all of these teams and there hasn’t been much of a skill gap between all of the teams in the section,” Bell said.

“It’s been a disappointing season because we have been right there with all of these teams and there hasn’t been much of a skill gap between all of the teams in the section,” Bell said.

Flynn Travers

“It’s been a disappointing season because we have been right there with all of these teams and there hasn’t been much of a skill gap between all of the teams in the section,” Bell said.

Flynn Travers

Flynn Travers

“It’s been a disappointing season because we have been right there with all of these teams and there hasn’t been much of a skill gap between all of the teams in the section,” Bell said.

Flynn Travers, Staff Writer

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The Peters Township Indians has defeated Baldwin boys soccer 1-0 for the second time this season.

This Tuesday night loss knocks the Highlanders down to a 3-6-1 record in the section, eliminating them from playoff contention.

The Indians notched their lone goal past goalkeeper Jackson Brandwene in the first half and did not look back from there.

Senior Jared Bell emphasized that the team needs to have a positive outlook for the rest of the year.

“We will need to try our best to finish the season as best as possible,” Bell said.

Bell knows that the team was capable of much more this season.

“It’s been a disappointing season because we have been right there with all of these teams and there hasn’t been much of a skill gap between all of the teams in the section,” Bell said.