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Prep Soccer: Hornets tie Trinity

Staff report
Salisbury’s boys soccer team battled Trinity to a scoreless draw at Ludwig Stadium on Monday night.
Ranked 13th in 2A, the Hornets (2-0-1) got outstanding play from Pedro Cruz, Joshua Lynch and Andrew Kalogeromitros.
“It was physical and Trinity is the fastest team we’ve seen overall in quite some time,” Salisbury coach Matt Parrish said.
Kalogeromitros and Landon Goodman rocked the crossbar with near misses, but despite multiple chances the Hornets were denied a goal.
Salisbury dictated play for the first and last 20 minutes as Trinity looked to counter with team speed.
The middle 40 minutes were back and forth, with few scoring opportunities for either team.
Next up for the Hornets is the first road game of the season on Thursday at 4A Mooresville.
The game will be played at Mooresville Middle School and is a doubleheader with the JV game starting at 5 p.m. and the varsity staring at 6:30 p.m.

Trinity won the jayvee game 2-0, scoring both goals on penalty kicks.

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