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WHS boys soccer team wins 4-0

With four second half goals, the Worthington High School boys soccer team sunk host St. Peter on Tuesday

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ST. PETER — After a slow start, the Worthington High School boys soccer team found its bearings in St. Peter Tuesday, and they embarked on a 4-0 victory over the Saints.
Byron Echeverria scored twice, and single goals were scored by Charles Saydee and Santos Orellana.

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"We didn't play a very good first half," said WHS head coach Juan Flores. "We had a hard time adjusting to the field and we were playing a lot of kick and run. We gave the ball away a lot. The second half we made the adjustment. We started playing our game and passed the ball on the ground, and we played faster. This is a good team win. All credit to the team for their hard work, but we have a lot of work to do yet."

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