The LeSabre

The LeSabre

The LeSabre

Sartell boys’ soccer face off with Bemidji to advance in sections

Angie Heckman
Marcus Congdon goes to pass the ball to his teammate.

Sartell boys’ soccer has their quarter-finals on Tuesday, October 17 at 4:00 p.m. against Bemidji.

The Sartell soccer team is an 8-1-3 team. They were able to defeat some of the best schools in the state proving they are one of the top contenders for making it to state. They have some of the highest-scoring players in the conference on their team. Marcus Congdon was able to speak about the up-and-coming game.

I mean if we play at out best ability, a win is only natural.

— Senior, Marcus Congdon

SHS Senior, Soren Gunderson, was also able to speak about the game. He was very confident about his prediction of the game.

2 nill… I got the highest hopes.

— Soren Gunderson

Mr. Forberg, a boys’ soccer coach, gave some of his thoughts on tonight’s game.

Three guys are going to get a goal today, Marcus Congdon, Seth Davidson, and Baylor Stebins.

— Caleb Forberg

Some of the fans Brett Schlangen and George Larson are going to be at the game tonight, and they think the score is going to be   4-0 and 5-0. It seems the fans think the game will be a blowout!

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