Boys soccer: Madison Memorial rolls past Watertown 4-1
MADISON — Madison Memorial defeated Watertown’s boys soccer team 4-1 on Thursday.
“Madison Memorial is a definite contender in the WIAA this season,” Watertown boys soccer coach Hayden Knight said.
“They are a team laden with seniors and juniors who demonstrate a high degree of composure and technical skills. There is a flow and quickness to their game that is highly appealing to knowledgeable soccer spectators.
“Our Watertown boys learned a lot about the value of being able to play one and two touch soccer at a quick pace. There’s no question that WHS Boys have a fighting spirit. However, we must improve our technical and tactical speed with and without the ball if we have any desire to compete with the top teams in the state.”
MADISON MEMORIAL 4, WATERTOWN 1
Watertown 0 1 — 1
Mad. Memorial 2 2 — 4
MM — Hosseini 9:08
MM — Own Goal 31:03
MM — Hosseini 62:30
MM — Hosseini (Grewal) 89:23
W — G. Meyer (Guadeloupe) 89:59
Shots: W 5, MM 12
Saves: W (Piasecki 8), MM (Jonas 6, Bell 7)