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TWU soccer: Spartans, Vikes play to draw

Trinity Western’s Braden Gant scored two penalty kicks and Simon Fraser’s Carlo Brasso scored two regular goals as the Spartans and Clan tied 3-3 in spring action last Thursday evening at Willoughby Park Field.

Nathaniel Turner had the other Spartans goal.

“We have a young raw inexperienced team that is looking to find themselves,”  said Spartans coach Pat Rohla.

“We were OK in a couple of aspects, but overall we were too frenetic and too inexperienced. Really disjointed in many areas.”

“Turner’s goal was a nice goal, but there wasn’t enough possession from our service to strikers. Neither team earned more than one goal on the night and in terms of run of play it wasn’t great.”

Both Spartans teams are in Victoria this weekend for the annual Keg Spring Cup.

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