Boys soccer match ends in draw against Grand Rapids

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Aiden Golat

Jake Kidd (4), the only player to score a goal this match, was watching the ball getting ready for the next move

By Martin Jezierski

In a 1 to 1 overtime game, The Superior Spartans against Grand Rapids left everyone on their toes. The game took place at the NBC Spartan Complex at 7:00 PM, on September 28th and eventually ended in draw, with Jake Kidd scoring the only goal with 3 minutes left in the game. Grand rapids scored in first half and was held out as an even match throughout the game.

Tristian Brennan (13), Gabe Remington(10) and Keaton Degraef standing on the sidelines watching their teammate play. (Aiden Golat)
Jake Kidd (4), the only player to score a goal this match, was watching the ball getting ready for the next move. (Aiden Golat)
Tristan (13), getting ready for a throw-in on the field as the other team is trying to guard other Spartan players. (Aiden Golat)
Ethan Defoe (9) trying to get the ball away from a Grand Rapids player during the match. (Aiden Golat)
Diedrick Nikoi (7), is fighting off another player for the soccer ball so he can maintain his position with the ball. (Aiden Golat)