BFHS soccer loses two at state

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  • Photo by DOUG BEAZER Cody Kerstiens.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Josh Beazer.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Dalin Foster.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Ben Tompkins.

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    Photos by DOUG BEAZER Bonners Ferry players Dalin Foster (17) and Carson Spencer (28) combined for the Badgers’ lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Weiser in the 3A state soccer tournament opener on Thursday, Oct. 24, in Caldwell.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Stephen Carlson.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Daniel Walker.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Ian Beazer in the center and Ben Tadlock on the far right.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Ben Tompkins with the ball.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Daniel Walker.

  • Photo by DOUG BEAZER Cody Kerstiens.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Josh Beazer.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Dalin Foster.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Ben Tompkins.

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    Photos by DOUG BEAZER Bonners Ferry players Dalin Foster (17) and Carson Spencer (28) combined for the Badgers’ lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Weiser in the 3A state soccer tournament opener on Thursday, Oct. 24, in Caldwell.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Stephen Carlson.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Daniel Walker.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Ian Beazer in the center and Ben Tadlock on the far right.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Ben Tompkins with the ball.

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    Photo by DOUG BEAZER Daniel Walker.

CALDWELL — After compiling a long winning streak to reach the 3A state soccer tournament, the Bonners Ferry boys ran into some tough luck and tough opponents in southern Idaho.

In the opening match at state, the Badger boys lost to Weiser High School, 2-1, on Thursday, Oct. 24.

Weiser was up 1-0 going into halftime, but the Badgers tied it up with a goal by Carson Spencer, assisted by Dalin Foster. The score remained 1-1 after 80 minutes of regulation time, sending the match into overtime.

“Weiser scored on a great shot from 25 yards away to win it about five minutes into overtime,” said Badgers coach Brycen Lunger.

They moved on to the consolation bracket on Friday, Oct. 25, playing against Bliss High School. At halftime the score was 2-0, with Bliss in the lead.

“Dalin Foster scored with about 15 minutes left to make it 2-1, but the Bliss keeper made a handful of saves in the last minute to hold on to the victory,” said Lunger. “The guys played well, we just didn’t get any of the outcomes we were looking for.”

Bonners Ferry concludes its season with a 16-4-1 record after winning the 3A Intermountain League district title.

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