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Soccer: Tritons hand Clippers first loss

11:02 PM, Sep. 3, 2013
Sturgeon Bay's Noah Giese pushes the ball upfield while being defended by Notre Dame's Greg Michalski during a nonconference soccer game Tuesday night.
Sturgeon Bay's Noah Giese pushes the ball upfield while being defended by Notre Dame's Greg Michalski during a nonconference soccer game Tuesday night.
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Sturgeon Bay's run of five consecutive victories and four straight shutouts came to an end Tuesday night.

The Notre Dame Tritons scored two goals in the first 13 minutes and dealt the Clippers their first loss of the high school soccer season, 2-0, in a nonconference game at Clark Field in Sturgeon Bay.

"I never like to lose, but if you have to lose one I'd rather lose like this against a much better team, higher-division team," said Clippers coach Todd Maas. "You actually get something out of it instead of feeling bad that you lost a game you should have won. It was a good learning experience for the ...

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