Boys soccer: CMCS ties with Southwest MN Christian

Bluejays' record now at 4-7-1
Boys Soccer
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PRINSBURG — Central Minnesota Christian and Southwest Minnesota Christian battled to an overtime tie in boys soccer play on Friday.

Southwest Minnesota Christian now has a 6-3-2 record. CMCS is now 4-7-1.

CMCS next plays at 4:30 p.m. Monday against St. John’s Prep at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph.


SWC (6-3-2)..................... 0  0   0   0 — 0
CMCS (4-7-1)................... 0  0   0   0 — 0
FIRST HALF – No scoring
SECOND HALF – No scoring
OVERTIME – No scoring


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