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Jackson Broncs Win 2nd Straight 4-0 Game [VIDEO]

East vs. Jackson - Boys Soccer 2012
Kevin Koile -

Highlights of the Saturday, March 17th boys soccer game between Jackson and East.

Scroll down to watch the highlights of the game!

The Broncs would score 1 goal in the first half, and 3 in the 2nd half, to win their second straight game, by the same score.



All of that pizza and they didn’t save a slice for the camera guy! But to their defense…it was a team thing. The 2 of them did not actually eat all of that food.

East vs. Jackson in a 4A vs. 3A matchup…this game being played in Casper…first half…East wearing the black…that was Clay Casey with the California throw in…and this is Danny Chavez chasing the ball down for Jackson..before the opposition could do anything with it. Nice try though!

This next highlight is a quick one…we almost did not get it…James Lummis will blast one from 25 yards out…the ball goes off of the goalie’s fingertips and off the crossbar and goes in…The Broncs were making an early game statement by scoring first…and they lead 1-to-nothing.

On the other end…the Thunderbirds will try to counter…Luis Morillon gets it over the wall of defenders…after a few head shot tries…Chavez said he had enough of that..let’s keep it on the ground where it belongs.

East would try again from the corner…Chavez must have played a little baseball in his younger days…that’s the type of catch an outfielder would pull in…but he’s the goalie and the senior has to do what he’s got to do in order to keep the ball out of the net.

The Broncs kept trying to add on…Will Horstman will fire on the run, but he did not have the angle that he needed…and that was an easy swat for Dalton Hass…the score would remain 1-zip going into halftime.

2nd half…both team now going the other way…the Thunderbirds kept knocking on the door, but they could not get in…Danny Bates will get Chavez out of a jam this time…give credit to Jackson’s defense…they can make some plays as well.

We need to get a little more offense going…Juan Morillon weaves his way around one defender…and he’s got just enough angle on this shot to get the ball into the far corner and into the net for a goal…someone’s been practicing…Jackson now has a 2-nil advantage.

It only took about 2-3 minutes for them to strike again…Horstman is leading a fast break…his team-mates find him and he finds the back of the net for another point for the Broncs…they lead this game 3-zip.

…and they were not done…Morillon is looking for more…his shots gets blocked at the goal-line, however Lummis was there to pick up the pieces and stick in the rebound for his 2nd goal of the game. The Jackson Broncs with an impressive opening weekend to start the season…winning their 2nd straight game by the same 4-nothing score.

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