Tigers Shake Off Early Deficit To Tame Coyotes 10-2
By N3 Sports Team
Photos by Lisa Rau of Pin-Point-Photography
Reed City punched in a pair of goals in the first ten minutes, but the Tiger squad proved to be too much for the visitors as they peppered the net with enough offensive firepower to end the match...
...with 27 minutes left in regulation. MHSAA rules require a game to be ended when there is an 8 goal difference after halftime.
“We got off to a slow start and Reed City took advantage of it,” said Tiger Head Coach Ron Wight. “Then we started playing our game scoring seven times by halftime.”
Dakota Arsenault and Christopher Barendreght finished with 3 goals apiece, while Angel Ochoa and Miguel Cisneros each collected a pair.
Michael Frey led the defense with 18 Steals and Albert Macias added 14 Steals. Goalkeeper Luis Corona came into the game after Reed City scored twice and made 14 saves.
“Reed City is a young team and we wish them well,” added Coach Wight.