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Taylor stands tall in net to lead East past Everest in WVC boys soccer opener

3:11 PM, Aug. 28, 2013
Wausau East's Olajuwan Sitte, left, and D.C. Everest's Zach Pupp battle for the ball during Tuesday night's soccer match at D.C. Everest Middle School in Weston.
Wausau East's Olajuwan Sitte, left, and D.C. Everest's Zach Pupp battle for the ball during Tuesday night's soccer match at D.C. Everest Middle School in Weston.
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Listed at 6-foot-3, Wausau East keeper Bryce Taylor can be an imposing figure in front of the net, and he seemingly needed every inch of his frame to stop a flurry of shots by the D.C. Everest boys soccer team Tuesday.

"First (the ball) hit off my face," the East junior said. "And then I just got up and scrambled and just kind of guessed on (a shot on) the other side of the net."

Taylor's acrobatic effort 5 minutes into the second half preserved a slim lead until East teammate Zang Chang scored twice to help the Lumberjacks beat the Evergreens 3-0 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference opener for both ...

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