Another draw for men's soccer team

Men’s soccer game ends in tie, leaving Huskies in seventh place in OCAA East

Patrick Sauve of the St. Lawrence College Vikings stops a shot in a 2-2 draw against the George Brown Huskies on Sept. 27. Photo: Brittany Barber/The Dialog

Patrick Sauve of the St. Lawrence College Vikings stops a shot in a 2-2 draw against the George Brown Huskies on Sept. 27. Photo: Brittany Barber/The Dialog

The George Brown College (GBC) men’s soccer team went head to head against the St. Lawrence Vikings on Saturday, Sept 27.

The game began directly after the women’s soccer game at Lamport Stadium.

The Huskies offense was just as strong as the Vikings defense, resulting in a tied 2-2 score after 90 minutes.

This is the Huskies’ third tie game out of four games played this season.

Ryan Cabral, a second year student in the construction engineering program at GBC, scored both goals for the Huskies and was awarded the student athlete of the week by St. Louis Bar and Grill.

Cabral managed to score both goals in the first half, leading the Huskies with 2-0 on the Vikings. The goals were the first of the season for Cabral.

With much enthusiasm from the stands, the game was a fair fight on both sides and the Vikings managed to return two goals in the second half.

The Huskies are currently ranked seventh place in the Ontario College Athletic Association’s East Division.

They play their next game Friday, Oct. 3 at Esther Shiner Stadium at 8 p.m.

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Another draw for men's soccer team