Little Falls boys soccer team wins for second time


(Pictured are the seniors on the 2002 Little Falls Community High School boys soccer team, front row from left, Paul Flahave, Trenton Barnes and Ben Jorgensen; back row, Brandon Staab, Corey Fink, Moritz Postel and Zach Farber. Flahave, Jorgensen and Staab are tri-captains of this year’s team. Staff photo by Keith O. Axvig)

LF 7, LCA 4 in OT
Little Falls won its second game of the season last Saturday, beating Lakeview Christian Academy of Duluth 7-4.

The score was tied at 4-4 at the end of regulation. In overtime, which is two five-minute halves, Little Falls scored three goals and won 7-4.

“Eric Bell had a great game, scoring three goals. Eric was moved to a forward position after playing midfield earlier in the season. He has done well in setting up scoring opportunities,” explained Little Falls Coach Dr. Julie Bell.

Other goals scored for Little Falls were by Ben Jorgenson, Brandon Staab, Aaron Jorgenson and Mikael Lichteig.

The win gave the Little Falls team a season record of 2-5-1.

SC Tech 9, LF 0
St. Cloud Tech shut out Little Falls 9-0 in soccer action Monday.

Sheff Goodrich was in goal for Little Falls and had 26 saves.

The loss gave the Flyers a 2-6-1 season record. The win gave Tech a 11-1 season record, 7-1 in the Central Lakes Conference.

Sartell 6, Little Falls 1
Little Falls lost 6-1 to Sartell Tuesday.

Bell, a freshman, had the only goal for the Flyers.

Goodrich was in the goal and had 20 saves for Little Falls.

Sartell has a 5-6-1 season record, 4-3-1 in the CLC. The Flyers have a 2-7-1 season record.

Brainerd 3, Little Falls 1
Brainerd defeated the Flyers 3-1 in Little Falls Thursday afternoon.

Paddy Stoy, a sophomore, scored the only goal for the Flyers, tieing the score at 1-1 early in the second half.

Goodrich was in the net and had nine saves for Little Falls.

Allen Barrantes had two goals for the Brainerd Warriors, Jason Roberts had one.

The Flyers had nine shots on goal and Joe Phelps saved eight for Brainerd.

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