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Soccer: League-leading Clippers tame physical Tigers

12:32 AM, Sep. 28, 2013
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Sturgeon Bay scored three first-half goals and held on to beat Wrightstown, 4-2, Thursday in a Packerland Conference high school boys soccer game in Wrightstown.

"Wrightstown is a big and physical team and they let us know about it," said Clippers coach Todd Maas. "A few yellow cards got thrown out. But I'm proud of the way the kids handled themselves and played our style of soccer instead of smash-mouth."

Jesse Mejia scored two goals, and Sean Sannito and Noah Giese had one each for the Clippers, who improved to 10-1 in conference and maintained a narrow lead over ...

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