After not playing a soccer game for a full week, the Mississinewa Indians put together a strong performance on Saturday morning, scoring early and often in a 15-0 rout of the Peru Tigers.
Thomas Steelman and Colin Yoder each finished with four goals and two assists, leading an offensive attack that was relentless from beginning to end.
“We finally had everyone available to play today,” Mississinewa Head Coach Jared Reel said. “That helped fill a couple positions on the field that made us a little stronger.”
Hayden Ulerick scored twice, while Holden Brown, Evan Yoder, and Tyler Cook also recorded a tally in the Indians’ victory.
While the offensive production is encouraging, Reel is looking for more cohesion on defense going forward.
“We communicated better on the offensive end,” Reel said. “But we have to communicate better defensively and pass the ball using possession and not dribbling.”