Agate girls lose more than gamesEven though Two Harbors has had a rough week on the soccer pitch, the girls team also lost one of its key players.
By: Matt Suoja, Lake County News Chronicle
Even though Two Harbors has had a rough week on the soccer pitch, the girls team also lost one of its key players.
Two Harbors’ Nina Bukowski was in a hard contact collision in a game against Esko and was taken off the field in an ambulance and to an intensive care unit.
Crystal Emerson, her mother, said Bukowski was moved out of the ICU to a hospital room at St. Luke’s where she is recovering from a ruptured spleen.
Needless to say, the Agates weren’t able to overcome the injury in its 5-0 loss to Esko Saturday.
“We lost our focus,” Peterson said.
This week, the Agates were tied with Denfeld 0-0 at the half, but were unable to hold on in the second losing 3-0.
Peterson said forward Ivie Brooks, defender and midfielder Kristy Olson, along with midfielder Kaila Carpenter all had a solid game against Denfeld.
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