2013-07-25 / Sports

Soccer program challenged due to weather


Monitoring the action against Foxy’s Den from the sidelines is the coaching staff from Grover’s Real Estate keeping an eye on their player, Hunter Miller. Grover’s won the contest 3-1. 
Courtesy photo Monitoring the action against Foxy’s Den from the sidelines is the coaching staff from Grover’s Real Estate keeping an eye on their player, Hunter Miller. Grover’s won the contest 3-1. Courtesy photo MANISTIQUE – Plagued by adverse weather conditions, the second week of soccer season saw a majority of the teams only playing half their games.

Grover’s Real Estate was able to complete their match against Foxy’s Den. At the end of three periods, Grover’s prevailed 3-1.

Manistique Federal Credit Union triumphed over Big Bay 13-1.

Struggling with being a young team, Jacob’s Dental continued their losing streak with a 3-4 lose against Munising. All four losses this season have been by one goal.




At right, Cooper Wheaton, of Grover’s Real Estate, sets up to score a goal during competition against Foxy’s Den. At far right, Big Bay attempts to regain control of the ball after a confrontation with a Manistique Federal Credit Union player. At right, Cooper Wheaton, of Grover’s Real Estate, sets up to score a goal during competition against Foxy’s Den. At far right, Big Bay attempts to regain control of the ball after a confrontation with a Manistique Federal Credit Union player.

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