Sabre girls’ soccer team suffers 3-1 loss

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Last week, September 21st, was a tough one for the Sartell Sabres girls’ soccer team. They suffered their first loss of the season on their home field after battling the Brainerd Warriors. The final score was 3-1. Both teams have had a very successful season so far, with the Sabres record now being 8-1-1, and the Warriors being 9-1. The whole game was played with great intensity from both of the teams.

We will continue to get closer as a team and work together.”

— Megan Sieben

Sophomore, Ashley Kesler, capitalized for the Sabres and put them on the scoreboard after a free kick late in the second half. The game was for the conference championship, putting Sartell in second place after Brainerd. Senior captain, Megan Sieben, said she is still ambitious for the rest of the season, “We really want to get better every day.”

The Sabres will regroup and travel up to Moorhead to take on the Spuds.  Game time starts at 1:00 PM for the varsity team.  Their next home game will be next Tuesday, September 26th, taking on the Alexandria Cardinals at 5:00 PM.  Get ready to support another great game by our talented Sabres!

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