Saugatuck completes grueling four-day stretch
A busy stretch of the season that saw the Saugatuck boys’ soccer team play four matches in four days ended with a pair of losses at the Niles-Brandywine Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 20.
The Indians (2-9) fell to the host team 7-1 before dropping a 6-1 decision to Berrien Springs.
Thomas Timmerman played a role in both Saugatuck goals for the day, scoring against Brandywine and assisting Jared Squire against Berrien Springs. Sean O’Malley picked up the assist on Timmerman’s goal.
Joey Cappelletti was in goal for both games, recording eight saves against Brandywine and stopping 10 shots against Berrien Springs.
The previous day, the Indians dropped a 4-0 decision to SAC rival Bangor.
“We were a little shorthanded tonight, as we were missing two key starters, but I was really proud of the way our team fought,” Saugatuck coach Jordan Campbell said. “We knew Bangor was a talented team and they were going to be difficult to stop regardless of who was missing for us.”
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