The Galion High School Boy’s Varsity Soccer team (with a record of 3-6-0) traveled to just outside of Marengo on Monday evening to take on the Highland Scots.

After the first half of action, Galion trailed 3-0. At just over 7 minutes into the 2nd half of action, Jack Hart found the back of the net to lessen Galion’s deficit to 3-1. Highland countered in the 14th minute of action with a goal of their own to bump the deficit back up to 3 goals, 4-1. Jaxon Oehler scored a goal for Galion with less than 1 minute remaining in regulation. When the final buzzer sounded, Galion found themselves on the short end of a 4-2 final score.  

In the loss, Goalkeeper Jacob Thomas (who was in goal for the first half) recorded 6 saves. Evan Thomas was in goal for the second half and recorded 5 saves of his own.

The Tigers (now with a record of 3-7-0) next travel to meet the Cougars of Ashland Crestview who sport a record of 1-7-0 on Wednesday, September 28th, 2022. at 6:00 P.M..

Submitted by Larry Palmer; Image by Ann — please donate from Pixabay

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