Area Boys Soccer: Yorek notches 18 saves for Flyers in scoreless tie

Little Falls hosts Sauk Rapids Sept. 26

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LITTLE FALLS — Ethan Yorek tallied 18 saves for the Little Falls Flyers in their 0-0 tie with Sauk Rapids in a Section 8-2A game Monday, Sept. 26.

Little Falls got 25 shots on goal in the tie.

Sauk Rapids 0 0 0 0 — 0

Little Falls 0 0 0 0 — 0

Shots on goal: LF 25, SR 18

Goalkeepers: LF-Ethan Yorek (18 saves); SR-Josh Tapio (28 saves)

Overall: LF 5-4-1. Next: Little Falls hosts Melrose 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27.

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