RV boys’ soccer season rolls on

| October 18, 2017

WARSAW – The talent-laden River View boys’ varsity soccer team continued their dominance during the sectional opener against Carrolton on Tuesday evening, Oct. 17 at River View. Garik Snow, with an assist by Blake Ashcraft, hit the first goal at the 35:19 mark and the RV squad never looked back scoring with ease. With a final score of 20-0 with 12 goals scored in the first half – the hustle and strength of the River View squad culminated in a long evening for the Carrolton boys. Substitutions for the number one seed Bears meant a lot of playing time for a lot of players which will keep everyone fresh as the Bears head into a sectional final match against the number 11 seed Harrison Central Saturday, Oct. 21 at 4 pm at River View. Pictured is Colt Eaton with a corner kick early in the first half.

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