Published November 6, 2013
Lutheran North boys soccer falls in D-3 state semi
By Jason Carmel Davis firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Jason on Twitter.
The Macomb Lutheran North boys soccer team saw its season come to a close in a 2-1 loss to Flint Powers Catholic in a 2013 Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 3 state semifinal that took place Oct. 30 at Ortonville-Brandon High School.
The Flint Powers Catholic won the match on penalty kicks after the teams finished regulation and two overtime periods tied at one goal apiece.
The Mustangs end the season at 13-5-2.
Flint Powers Catholic squared off against Grand Rapids South in a D-3 state final that took place after press time.
In advancing to the state semis, Lutheran North knocked off Clawson High 2-1 in a regional final that took place Oct. 25 at Farmington High.
The Mustangs finished fourth in the Catholic High School League AA Division but was the last CHSL team standing in the postseason.
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