The Thunder Mountain High School boy’s soccer team gave West Valley a scare on a road trip battle, falling 2-0 on Thursday.
The game was scoreless until the 55-minute mark.
“We were very resiliant and kept working hard to the end,” Thunder Mountain coach Troy Choquette said. “We struggled a bit to get many scoring opportunities. We deserved a tie but not the win, as they had ball possession most of the game. It was another great test for us.”
Strong team play by the Falcons kept the pitch even in the first half but a slow start led to the Warrior getting two goals in the second 40 minutes.
TMHS had strong overall defense according to coach Troy Choquette and saw a great game by keeper Will Martin.