Trojans Drop Eagles 4-1

By Skip Hunter –

After the win against Fairmont on Tuesday, the Eagles faced maybe the most formidable foe in the Worthington Trojans in SW Minnesota. This match up has provided some memorable games in the past. This was not one of them. The Eagles did not seem to have the energy to provide a good match for the WHS squad and went down to defeat 4-1.

The Eagle defense and goalie Josh Agresto kept the Trojans off the scoreboard for the first 18 minutes of the game. Agresto picked up 4 saves before the ball went into the net. The Eagles only had 2 shots during that time period.

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Jonathon Eisma passes to the middle around Trojan player, Jesus Bahena. Photos by Micah Fennema

Shane Van Essen makes a great play as he steals the ball away from Worthington Trojan player, Tony Martinez.

Jonathan Eisma dribbles the ball.