Fannett Metal Shows Strength in Second Half, Clinches 3-0 Win Over Juniata Christian

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Huge second half prevails Fannett Metal over Juniata Christian 3-0. Fannett Metal created numerous scoring opportunities in the 1st half but couldn’t get the ball to find the net until the second half. The Tigers came out in the second half liked they had something to prove playing with lots of energy and poise. Daxten Detweiler made a great cross in the box to find Jake Coffman open for the 1st goal. The Tigers kept pressing hard and Hayden Daihl found the net 10 minutes later to add an insurance goal to their lead. Detweiler also converted a penalty kick for a a 3-0 lead that sealed the game for the Tigers. The Tigers defense of Drew Goshorn, Evan Wingert, Tucker Seibert, and Riley Marting did a phenomenal job on their very skilled striker. Landon Arnold recorded 3 saves for the shutout. Also for the Tigers( 6-1) Finn McGee and Broc Hostler had a nice game for the Tigers. The Tigers are back in action as they travel to Southern Fulton on 9/18 for a 4:00 game.


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