Agate boys have rough weekInconsistency may be one way to define the Two Harbors boy’s soccer squad.
By: Matt Suoja, Lake County News Chronicle
Inconsistency may be one way to define the Two Harbors boy’s soccer squad.
“They need to learn to show up to play everyday,” Head Coach Corey Shaw said.
Last week did not start out well for Two Harbors as they fell to Duluth Marshall 4-2.
The game was tied going into the half, after a Caleb Hamp-Sill goal (assisted by Camden Sweeney).
Marshall scored first in the second half, but then Jon Nevala-Plagemann tied it (assisted by Alex Horoshak). That was all the Agates could muster offensively to the Hilltoppers. Andrew Kragseth had 10 saves in the game.
Later in the week, Two Harbors was shutdown Duluth Central 4-0. Central put the peddle to the metal early taking a 3-0 lead in the first half adding one more in the second half.
This week, Two Harbors was able to pull off win against Eveleth-Gilbert 3-1. They followed that game up with a 7-0 loss to Duluth East.
East has won all six games against local teams by a 26-2 combined score.
With the recent win, it could turn-around any player’s poor mind-set.
“These kids gave a commitment of not being the team of last year,” Shaw said.
Last season’s team finished with a record of 2-14.