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Iowa Mennonite Soccer Looks to Stay Perfect Against Highland

Posted: Monday, April 16th, 2018 at 6:59 am
Author: Zach Ulin

The No. 15 ranked Iowa Mennonite School boys soccer team will look to keep the momentum going in the early season when they host the Highland Huskies Monday in a Southeast Iowa Superconference match.

IMS is coming off of a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Burlington, Notre Dame Thursday with goals from Louis Etienne and Drew Blauvelt. On the season, IMS is led by Isaiah Swantz with two goals, Swantz and Cole Ours each have one assist on the year and in goal Blake Bontrager has 12 saves.

Highland enters tonight’s match with an 0-4 overall record. They were beaten at Washington 9-0 on Friday. The Huskies have yet to score this season. Jordan Sosa is their leading returner offensively from last year with three goals. So far this season Cory Stewart leads the Highland defense with 19 saves. These two teams met a season ago with IMS taking a 10-0 win. Action begins at 5:30 tonight at Iowa Mennonite School.