Coupeville drops FHHS in season opener

Posted March 18, 2009 at 5:59 am by

Defender Mathew Skeels stops another offensive thrust by Coupeville.

Defender Mathew Skeels stops another offensive thrust by Coupeville.

The Wolver­ines start­ed strong, hold­ing the more expe­ri­enced Wolves score­less for the first 16 min­utes, but the young FHHS team allowed five goals before the half, before los­ing 13–1 yesterday.

Fri­day Har­bor scored a cou­ple of min­utes into the sec­ond half (Conor Lan­phere fin­ished a Cameron Bying­ton cross to the right side) to offer a sign of things to come as the Wolver­ines work to pull it togeth­er tomor­row when Merid­i­an comes vis­it­ing. Despite the score, our guys were still work­ing hard (that’s sopho­more defend­er Math­ew Skeels pro­tect­ing the ball) late in the game, still look­ing to score one last goal.

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