Boys JV soccer suffers a loss against rival FHN 2-0

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Boys JV soccer suffers a loss against rival FHN 2-0

The boys JV soccer team had a devastating loss this Tuesday night at cross-town rival, Forest Hills Northern. The final score of the game was 2-0. However, the score didn’t show the full effort and grit shown in the game that night, for both teams put their hearts on the line.

The Rangers started out strong with a clear and constant offensive pressure. The Huskies battled just as hard, yet neither team could find the net. Both of them had multiple opportunities, but could never put one into the goal. The game remained this way for the most part until the second half began. FHN took advantage of the break in between the first and second half by changing up their gameplan. They came out with fury, scoring the first goal of the night on the Ranger defense. The second goal was scored later, closing the game 2-0.

Although FHC ended up losing, they still had an amazing game. Sophomore Matthew Mahoney was a key player to this game because of his communication skills. Using those skills, Matthew created many chances on the offensive side and halted the opponent on defense. Sophomore Brady Price was also a huge contributor for the team by forcing many balls upfield and stopping the opposing offensive force.

The Rangers are now forced to 8-8-1 in regular play, and 8-2-1 in conference. Their final game is tomorrow at Lowell high school. This will be a challenging game for FHC, as Lowell is one of the best in the conference. 

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