Area Boys Soccer: Flyers blank Melrose in Granite Ridge match

Area boys soccer results Sept. 27

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LITTLE FALLS — Little Falls keeper Ethan Yorek kept a clean sheet during the first half and added a goal and an assist when he came into the second half as a striker to help lead the Flyers to a 5-0 shutout over the Melrose Dutchmen Tuesday, Sept. 27.

Taking over the net was Jacob Tenold who recorded 6 saves. Tenold also opened the scoring in the first for the Flyers with off a pass from Coltin Johnson, who then followed up with an unassisted goal of his to round out the half.

Koda Brastad and Christian Oslund also tallied goals in the second half to propel Little Falls to the win.

Melrose 0 0 – 0

Little Falls 2 3 – 5

First half: LF-Jacob Tenold (Coltin Johnson), LF-Johnson

Second half: LF-Koda Brastad (Ethan Yorek), LF-Christian Oslund (Yorek), LF-Yorek

Goalkeepers: LF-Yorek (2 saves), Tenold (6 saves); M-Adan Lara Ambriz (11 saves)

Conference: LF 6-1. Overall: LF 6-4-1. Next: Little Falls at Minnewaska 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29.

Lake Region 4, Willmar 3

WILLMAR — Lake Region’s Joseph Bostrom recorded two goals and an assist for the Hornets as they bested Willmar 4-3 Tuesday, Sept. 27.


Soren Benson also tallied an assist and Trey Ogren put in a goal for the Hornets.

Brody Kovatovich registered an assist and keeper Ryan Arns had seven saves.

Lake Region 4

Willmar 3

Overall: LR 9-1-1. Next: Lake Region at Prior Lake 4:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30.

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