Lopsided score but great effort

Jordan Meyer races toward the ball when the TCU Varsity Soccer Team hosted Watertown-Mayer last Tuesday. (Wade Young photo)

The boys varsity soccer team saw a lopsided score when it hosted Watertown-Mayer on Tuesday, but their coach said the boys played hard.

“It was a lopsided game on the scoreboard, but not in the amount of effort given. The Titans played with integrity and finished together as a team in a tough 0-13 loss,” said Coach Brett Padfield.

The TCU team came out strong the first few minutes of the game, but a quick goalie adjustment led to the first goal for the visitors, putting the Titans behind. “There was some good pressure from Forward Marcos Mendez, forcing the opponent's defense to...

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