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Boys Soccer: Eagles claw Warriors 9-2

Ian Foster and Mason Malone scored the only two goals for Brainerd in the Warriors 9-2 loss to the defending Class 1A state champion St. Cloud Apollo Eagles in a Central Lakes Conference match at Adamson Field Friday.

Ian Foster and Mason Malone scored the only two goals for Brainerd in the Warriors 9-2 loss to the defending Class 1A state champion St. Cloud Apollo Eagles in a Central Lakes Conference match at Adamson Field Friday.

Foster's goal pulled the Warriors to within 2-1 at the half and Foster's kept the score close at 3-2 in the second.

"They're (Apollo) still strong and fast," said Brainerd coach Tom Grausam. "We were right up there with them until the 60 minute mark at 3-2 when the heat took its toll and we were missing a couple of players."

"The boys showed what they were made of and they came back with a good effort after the loss to Rocori."

The Eagles outshot the Warriors 30-5 and Brainerd goalkeeper Noah Sundberg was credited with 21 saves.

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Brainerd is still seeking its first win of the season.

Apollo 2 7 - 9

Brainerd 1 1 - 2

First half: SCA-Abass Mohamed; SCA-Keyse Elmi; Brd-Ian Foster

Second half: SCA-Suleimon Ali; Brd-Mason Malone; SCA- Ali; SCA-Mohamed; SCA-Hamse Sied; SCA-Mohamed; SCA-Mohamed; SCA-Sied

Shots on goal: SCA 30, Brd 5

Goalkeepers: SCA-Danny Wieber (3 saves); Brd-Noah Sundberg (21 saves)

Conference: B 0-3. Overall: B 0-4. Next: Brainerd vs. St. Cloud Tech at SCSU Husky Stadium 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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