GRANT VICKERMAN finds some open field during a game last week. Vickermanhad goals in each of Big Lake’s last two regular season games. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Hornet boys win 1, tie 1

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Ken Francis

 

The Big Lake boys soccer team finished the regular season with a win and a tie.
Tuesday the Hornets played to a 2-2 tie with North Branch.
Big Lake got both its goals in the first half. Elliot Darsow got the first goal for the Hornets with an assist from Brandon Christianson.
Grant Vickerman scored unassisted for the team’s second goal.
The teams played two five-minute overtime periods without a goal being scored.
Big Lake had 14 shots in the game.
Goalkeeper Vincent Cisneros had four saves.
Last Friday, Big Lake beat Learning for Leadership Charter, 10-1.
Grant Vickerman scored Big Lake’s first goal with an assist by Nick Stalpes.
Raymond Cisneros had five shots and scored three unassisted goals in the first half.
In the second half, Vincent Cisneros had a goal, assisted by Vickerman, who also got his second goal of the game. Raymond Cisneros added two more unassisted goals and Alec Green had an unassisted goal. It was Big Lake’s biggest offensive output of the season.
The Section tournament begins Thursday at the home of the high seed.  Those ranking were still undetermined at press time.
 

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