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Lions top Tigers again

NORTH STONINGTON — For the second time this season, the Wheeler High boys’ soccer team downed Tourtellotte Memorial 4-0 in an ECC Small Division game.

Thursday’s game was the second half of a doubleheader which started with the girls’ soccer team’s game against Tourtellotte.

The Lions (8-6, 5-3 ECC-Small) got all four of their goals in a 16-minute span of the first half.

T.J. Condon scored twice and picked up an assist.

Rusmus Kantsoe and Peyton Mulhern each scored once and had an assist.

The Lions outshot Tourtellotte (2-11, 0-8 ECC-Small) by a 12-4 margin.

Andrew Swift made two saves for Wheeler.

The Lions host Griswold Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on Senior Day.


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NORTH STONINGTON — Despite outshooting the Tigers 18-6, the Lions fell in Thursday’s ECC Small Division game.

Wheeler led 1-0 at halftime on the strength of a Jess Muller goal but could not extend the lead.

Wheeler coach Charles Roark said his team had a number of good opportunities to score on break-aways and crosses but were unable to finish on its chances.

The Tigers (3-9, 1-7 ECC-Small) scored twice in the second half to pull ahead and collect the win.

The girls’ soccer team was the front end of a double-header with the boys’ soccer team playing the second game.

Raven Houck assisted on Muller’s goal and Jess Morgan made three saves.

Wheeler had beaten Tourtellotte 1-0 on Sept. 25.

Wheeler (4-8, 2-6 ECC-Small) visits Griswold Saturday at 11 a.m.

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