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MC boys soccer notches first win of the season, Hoppel scores twice in win

The MIfflin County boys soccer team notched its first win of the season topping Waynesboro 2-1 Wednesday.

Grady Hoppel opened with a header 15 minutes into the first to take the Huskies into halftime up 1-0.

Then, Hoppel struck again with a shot from distance to put us up 2-0 with 19 minutes left in the second half. A late Waynesboro goal with 16 minutes left made for and intense end to the match but a strong finish shown by all the Huskies preserved the win. The Huskies led in shots by a 12-6 margin over Waynesboro.

Mifflin County got 11 saves from Jack Suydam.

Mifflin County lead 7-1 over Waynesboro in corners.

“A great team win by the Huskies. We have broken the streak of two and a half years of not earning a win. Everyone contributed and represented for every minute of both matches,” said MIfflin County coach Todd Peters. “The boys have been working so hard and the coaching staff is so proud of all of their efforts in earning this team win for both Varsity and Jv. We are so happy with the effort, intensity and aggression we showed and ready to continue to our hard work through the rest of the season.”

The JVs also won 2-1.

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