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The Antigo Red Robins boys soccer team played its final home game of the season Monday, taking on the Flivvers of Kingsford, Mich.

It was senior night at Listle Field, as Antigo opened the game with a starting lineup made entirely of seniors.

This year we have a very large number of seniors who are an exceptional group of young men, Head Coach Ben Wilhelm said. They have contributed so much time and dedication to this program.

As far as the game itself, Antigo would fall to the Upper Peninsula power by a final score of 9-1.

The Flivvers scored four first half goals, coming in the eighth, 24th, 32nd and 41st minutes. Despite the slightly lopsided score, Antigo still maintained approximately 40 percent possession. Finally, in the 36th minute Robins junior forward Jared McFarlane got his team on the board with a goal assisted by senior Luis Hernandez.

Down 4-1 at the halftime break, the Robins honored its group of twelve seniors, including Ben Lewandowski, Zach Guth, Ryan Fay, Cullen Williams, Izaiah Schmidt, Doug Dittel, Tanner Stueck, Luis Hernandez, Cole Sowinski, Brandon Lucht, Alex Gray, and Zach Reineke.

This is a very memorable group, Wilhelm said at halftime. We can’t thank them enough for their energy and commitment, they will be missed but I’m thankful for the legacy they leave.

Kingsford came out even stronger after the half, with goals coming at 57, 63, 70, 77, and 86 minutes.

Antigo came close to answering a number of times, including a header from Zander Aros that found its way into the net, but was ruled no-goal due to a collision with the goaltender.

We had a number of excellent shots on goal, Wilhelm noted. Many would gave gone in on an ordinary night, but Kingsford’s goalkeeper was one of the best we’ve seen this season.

The Robins fell to 2-19 on the year with the loss.

We knew Kingsford would be a formidable opponent, having beat other Great Northern Conference opponents in similar fashion, Wilhelm said. None the less, I’m proud of our players for almost keeping pace with total shots and for not giving up.

Antigo will close its regular season Thursday, when they travel to Minocqua to play GNC foe Lakeland under the lights.
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Memorable senior soccer class plays final home game
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The Antigo Red Robins boys soccer team played its final home game of the season Monday, taking on the Flivvers of Kingsford, Mich.

It was senior night at Listle Field, as Antigo opened the game with a starting lineup made entirely of seniors.

This year we have a very large number of seniors who are an exceptional group of young men, Head Coach Ben Wilhelm said. They have contributed so much time and dedication to this program.

As far as the game itself, Antigo would fall to the Upper Peninsula power by a final score of 9-1.

The Flivvers scored four first half goals, coming in the eighth, 24th, 32nd and 41st minutes. Despite the slightly lopsided score, Antigo still maintained approximately 40 percent possession. Finally, in the 36th minute Robins junior forward Jared McFarlane got his team on the board with a goal assisted by senior Luis Hernandez.

Down 4-1 at the halftime break, the Robins honored its group of twelve seniors, including Ben Lewandowski, Zach Guth, Ryan Fay, Cullen Williams, Izaiah Schmidt, Doug Dittel, Tanner Stueck, Luis Hernandez, Cole Sowinski, Brandon Lucht, Alex Gray, and Zach Reineke.

This is a very memorable group, Wilhelm said at halftime. We can’t thank them enough for their energy and commitment, they will be missed but I’m thankful for the legacy they leave.

Kingsford came out even stronger after the half, with goals coming at 57, 63, 70, 77, and 86 minutes.

Antigo came close to answering a number of times, including a header from Zander Aros that found its way into the net, but was ruled no-goal due to a collision with the goaltender.

We had a number of excellent shots on goal, Wilhelm noted. Many would gave gone in on an ordinary night, but Kingsford’s goalkeeper was one of the best we’ve seen this season.

The Robins fell to 2-19 on the year with the loss.

We knew Kingsford would be a formidable opponent, having beat other Great Northern Conference opponents in similar fashion, Wilhelm said. None the less, I’m proud of our players for almost keeping pace with total shots and for not giving up.

Antigo will close its regular season Thursday, when they travel to Minocqua to play GNC foe Lakeland under the lights.
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