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Area Boys Soccer: Flyers cruise past Thunder

Little Falls hosted the Zimmerman Thunder Thursday, Sept. 22.

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LITTLE FALLS โ€” Garrett Lindberg tallied a goal and an assist for the Little Falls Flyers as they defeated the Zimmerman Thunder 4-1 on senior night in a Granite Ridge Conference game Thursday, Sept. 22.

Martin Henderson, Coltin Johnson and Lucas Schnieder each recorded a goal for the Flyers while Jacob Tenold and Koda Brastad each added an assist.

Zimmerman 1 0 โ€“ 1

Little Falls 2 2 โ€“ 4

First half: LF-Martin Henderson (Garrett Lindberg) 9:00, LF-Coltin Johnson (Jacob Tenold) 17:00, Z-Cole Gibeau (Luke Reinking) 28:00

Second half: LF-Garrett Lindberg (Koda Brastad) 51:00, LF-Lucas Schnieder 69:00

Shots on goal: LF-15, Z-7

Goalkeepers: LF-Ethan Yorek (6 saves); Z-Jordan Burris (11 saves)

Conference: LF 2-2. Overall: LF 6-4-1. Next: Little Falls hosts Sauk Rapids 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26.

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