Rhinelander boys soccer losses in state semifinal
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WSAW) - In a rain-filled, delayed afair at Uihlein Park in Milwaukee, Rhinelander boys soccer lost in the state semifinal in their first-ever trip to the state tournament.
Rhinelander entered the tournament as a four-seed against top-seeded Notre Dame Academy and were thoroughly controlled by the Tritons. Notre Dame struck first in the seventh minute on a goal from Emmett Lawton, his 44th of the year. The Tritons struck against later in the half, with Ian Noble finding the back of the net.
After a long lightning delay in the second half, the Hodags were able to scratch a goal across off the foot of Braden Mork. However, Rhinelander couldn’t overcome the deficit on the rain-soaked field, ending their season with a 2-1 loss.
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