A flair for the soccer dramatic
The emotions the Mount Si boys' soccer team felt last week were on both ends of the spectrum as they celebrated a victory in amazing fashion, only to be disappointed with a loss that ended their season.
The emotions the Mount Si boys’ soccer team felt last week were on both ends of the spectrum as they celebrated a victory in amazing fashion, only to be disappointed with a loss that ended their season.
It all started last Tuesday, May 8, as the Wildcats hosted Skyline. The Spartans came in as a much improved team since the last time they played Mount Si, a 1-1 tie over spring break, but were missing their best player, Samuel Tekyi, out injured. Skyline didn’t let that get in the way as they put together a great effort, one that nearly resulted in victory. But when playing a team with the most dangerous offensive weapon in Kingco 3A in the form of Mount Si’s Gibson Bardsley, all bets are off, and that was certainly the case in this one.
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