JV boys soccer team blows Robinsdale Cooper out

On Saturday, Robinsdale Cooper JV boys soccer team lost to the Bison eight to zero. After last year’s three to two lost to Robinsdale Cooper the Bison were ready to bounce back.

As the Robinsdale Cooper bus arrived in the Buffalo High school parking lot.  The Bison Head Coach Josh Soukup told the team to get ready for the game as the team was messing around, they didn’t want a repeat of last year’s game.

Eric Selcho saves the ball Photo by Nick Weeks
Eric Selcho saves the ball Photo by Nick Weeks

“The team was really relaxed,” said Junior forward Ben Lesch it helps settle down the team and makes our passing much more fluent”

As the teams enter the field and each respected goalie got into their nets, and the ref blew the whistle the Bison boot the ball to the corner and the game began. By the end of the first half the bison dominate Cooper as they went up four to zero by half time. The team didn’t let up in the second half piling up four more goals. To send the Robinsdale Cooper Hawks home losing eight to zero.

“The team was excited to have such a good game, said Sophomore goaltender Eric Selcho. It shows how hard we worked in practice and how it’s paying off.”

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