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Brockway slows down Kane

September 30, 2011

Photo by Keith Reigel – Justin Anderson walks a tight line as he beats the Brockway defender to the ball.

The Kane Wolves soccer team was back in action on Thursday afternoon to take on a very strong Brockway Rovers team. The field conditions were very soggy and muddy due to all the recent precipitation. The less than perfect playing surface did not slow Brockway down as they managed to find the net three times in the first half. Kane had a few opportunities to score, but the Brockway defense held Kane down for the most part.
At the break, Kane knew they would need to make some adjustments and rotations, thus moving players around to positions they have never played before. Brockway kept pouring it on, and Kane was able to generate little offense as the Rovers scored four more times.

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