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Our Highlanders Upset the Vikings

Our D1 boys’ soccer team played their first league game on September 23 facing the Vikings of Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School. Here is a brief wrap up of the 3:0 victory for our Highlanders.

In the twenty-fifth minute, Raul Cortez ‘24 drove into the box and was tripped and rewarded a penalty. Captain Emiliano Bonilla ‘22 stepped up and drove it home for a 1-0 lead. Raul broke through in the thirty-eighth minute and played a beautiful soft touch pass into Vincent Armstrong’s ‘25 foot who finished with a bottom corner goal.

Highlanders led 2-0 at half time.

In the seventy-fifth minute, Vincent crossed to Diego Collins Zapata ’22 who was at the top of the box to secure the victory with a sting finish, 3-0 Highlanders.

The squad played high-level soccer, being the dominating team from beginning to end. Player of the game was Vincent with one goal and one assist and an overall great performance.

Our next game is October 4 at Park View Education Centre in Bridgewater.

Sven Dietrich
Buckle  Houseparent
Senior English, Oceans & Media Arts Teacher
Senior D1 Boys Soccer & Varsity Snowboard Coach

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