Boys’ soccer secures second consecutive tie


Jeremy Yariv ’18 controls the ball flanked by Langston Holly ’20. Credit: Aaron Park/Chronicle

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The boys’ soccer team tied the second consecutive league game 0-0 against St. Francis Jan. 6.

Boys’ Soccer records its second straight 0-0 tie in Mission League play in tonight’s game vs. St. Francis.

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This tie follows a similar 0-0 fixture against Loyola Jan. 4.

Through the team’s first two league games, the Wolverines have neither scored nor given up a goal, though they did receive three red cards against St. Francis.

The Wolverines’ overall record now stands at 6-4-3 (0-0-2 league).

The next game is Jan. 9 against Crespi at home. This game will mark the end of the team’s three game home stand. Following the Crespi fixture, the squad travels away to Notre Dame Jan. 13 and Chaminade Jan. 18.