Area Boys Soccer: Hornets to play for tournament title

Lake Region Christian School competed in the St. Francis Tournament.

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ST. FRANCIS — James Stokman collected seven saves in both Lake Region Christian Hornets' victories during pool play of the St. Francis Tournament Friday, Sept. 9.

Trey Ogren scored three goals and Joseph Bostrom two in the Hornets’ 5-2 victory over St. Francis to open action. In the nightcap, Soren Benson, Ogren and Bostrom all scored one goal in a 3-1 victory over Fourth Baptist.

Benson finished with five total assists by Bostrom and Brody Kovatovich added one assist each to send the Hornets into the championship game of the tournament.

Game One

Lake Region 2 3 -- 5

St. Francis 1 1 -- 2

Goalkeepers: LR-James Stokman (7 saves)

Game Two

Fourth Baptist 0 1 -- 1

Lake Region 1 2 -- 3

Goalkeepers: LR-Stokman (7 saves)

Overall: LR 3-1-1. Next: Lake Region in championship game of St. Francis Tournament 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10.

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