BROOKINGS — Brookings recorded a sweep against Huron in varsity soccer on Monday.
The Bobcats escaped with a 2-1 win in the boys’ game and posted a 7-1 win in the girls’ game.
Huron boys’ coach Megan Wilson believes the Tigers let a victory slip out of their grips against the Bobcats.
“We outplayed Brookings today.,” Wilson said. “We just could not finish our shots. We had 13 shots on goal and only finished one.
“I believe we outplayed and outpossessed Brookings,” she said. “It’s a huge improvement fron last year, but we still have a lot to improve on.”
The victory kept Brookings undefeated with a 2-0-1 record. Huron is now 2-2 and will host Spearfish at 6 p.m. Friday at Tiger Stadium.
Nightin Day scored the lone goal for Huron in the girls’ game, with Fatima Reyes being credited with the assist.
Hsa Eah Paw recorded 19 saves in the net for the Tigers.
Monday’s victory was the first of the season for Brookings, which is now 1-2. Huron, which is 0-3, will host Spearfish at 4 p.m Friday at Tiger Stadium.
Huron’’s junior varsity boys’ recorded a 6-0 victory Monday against the Bobcats.
Brookings escaped with a 2-1 victory in the JV girls’ game.
Day had the goal for the Tiges on a pass from Htee Hser. Reyes recorded 14 saves as the goalkeeper.
Huron's Win Storm (22) knocks the ball away from Brookings' Justin Mofle in the box to thwart a scoring opportunity during the first half of the Tigers' 2-1 Eastern South Dakota Conference loss to the Bobcats on Monday night at Fishback Soccer Park in Brookings.
Huron's Bebe Arnar (15) steals the ball from Brookings' Ava Burns (6) during the first half of the Tigers' 7-1 Eastern South Dakota Conference loss to the Bobcats on Monday evening at Fishback Soccer Park in Brookings.
Photos by SEAN WELSH/BROOKINGS REGISTER