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Shrewsbury ties Leominster in boys’ soccer

Shrewsbury High School's Ethan Melia (#5, left) watches his shot on goal stopped by Leominster High School's Facundo Cotto (GK). Leominster's Tyrell Wood (#8) is at left.

Shrewsbury High School's Ethan Melia (#5, left) watches his shot on goal stopped by Leominster High School's Facundo Cotto (GK). Leominster's Tyrell Wood (#8) is at left.

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury High School Colonials boys” soccer team hosted the Leominster High School Blue Devils Sept. 24 under the lights. For the better portion of the first half, both teams traded possession without scoring until Leominster's Miguel Lopes scored with 9:53 left in the first half for a 1-0 lead.

In the second half, the Colonials came out shooting but were thwarted numerous times until Shrewsbury's Ethan Melia tied it up with 11:24 left. ?Both teams had their scoring opportunities but that is how the game ended, in a 1-1 tie.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Shrewsbury High School's Jesse Colman (#3) battles Leominster High School's Kenyon Kowalski (#6) for the ball.

Shrewsbury High School's Jesse Colman (#3) battles Leominster High School's Kenyon Kowalski (#6) for the ball.

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