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Minnesota West soccer team falls to Anoka-Ramsey

“While we were a little short-handed with injuries and another player sick, we did have our best day on the offensive end of the game,” said West head coach Jordan Balster.

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COON RAPIDS -- The Anoka-Ramsey men’s soccer team outscored Minnesota West 7-0 Wednesday in Coon Rapids.

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The home team led 3-0 at halftime.

“While we were a little short-handed with injuries and another player sick, we did have our best day on the offensive end of the game,” said West head coach Jordan Balster of his team, which is in its second season. “We were able to create multiple scoring chances in both the first and second halves.”

Gio Cano and Ulises Barrera both put good shots on goal for the Bluejays, who return to action Sunday at home on Trojan Field at 1 p.m. against Lake Superior College.

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