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1A and 2A Boys State semifinal round Soccer

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Day two of the state soccer tournament saw Grundy Center-Gladbrook Reinbeck looking to advance to their first ever state final –

Kemper Catholic would strike first – though – on a goal from Nick Auen – 1, nothing Knights in the second –

but the Rebels get one back – and get a bit of a gift on an own goal – tying things at one apiece –

but it wouldn't end well – Kuemper's Nick Wanninger from outside the box with a great strike –

GC-GR falls in to the third place game with a 2, 1 loss –

KIRK DINSDALE/GCGR HEAD COACH

We just had some kids make some bad decisions out there. When you get to this level you can't make mistakes like that.

Defending champ Dyersville Beckman taking on 5 time champ Iowa City Regina –

The Blazers – getting great scoring chances early – but things remained scoreless through 20 minutes –

second half – Beckman now up 1, nothing – and Drew Boekholder helps put it away – the Blazers return to the title game with a 2, 1 win –

DREW BOEKHOLDER/BECKMAN SOPHOMORE

As a sophomore, I have a chance to win it 4 years right now, so it would be nice to go out there tomorrow and get it and in the next 2 years, play our hardest.

Class 2A – Dubuque Wahlert looking to get past number 4 Storm Lake –

Golden Eagles down one in the second half – Rian Weber helps keep it that way – stopping the hard shot –

Wahlert – however – couldn't put anything on the board as they'd fall 2, nothing –

Sixth ranked Hudson got off to a great start against Norwalk – check out the incredible goal off the dome of Will Reiter – Norwalk later responded to tie it at one at half –

second half – Hudson's Cody Croskey doing incredible things in goal – but one got by him late – Norwalk's Kyle McGuire with a rocket for the game winner – Hudson falls 2, 1 –

SUE RINK/GCGR HEAD COACH

Norwalk it an exceptional team. They have great players and we have great players. It just isn't on the scoreboard today.

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