Boys soccer: Detroit Lakes takes care of business against East Grand Forks with 10-0 rout

The Detroit Lakes boys soccer team outscored East Grand Forks 18-0 in two games after Tuesday night's 10-0 win.

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EAST GRAND FORKS – East Grand Forks hasn’t had the best go of it playing against the Detroit Lakes boys soccer team this season.

After suffering an 8-0 loss on Sept. 15, the Green Wave (1-7) fell again to the Lakers (8-5) at home 10-0 on Tuesday night.

Noah Meyer started the scoring with a goal in the fourth minute. Avery Young doubled the lead before Ethan Gjerde scored in the 12th minute. Young buried his second goal of the first half at the midway point to give the Lakers a 4-0 lead into the break.

The second half was all Detroit Lakes. Young completed the hat trick in the 56th minute before Noah Reiber got in on the action. Mason Frank and Jackson Massjo each scored twice in the final 16 minutes.

The win clinched at least a .500 season for Detroit Lakes with three games left in the regular season. The Lakers are 4-3 in Section 8-2A play and currently sit in fourth place behind St. Cloud Apollo (8-1-0), St. Cloud Tech (7-3-1) and Alexandria (6-3-2).




SCORING- DL- Noah Meyer 4’, Avery Young 8’ 19’ 56’, Ethan Gjerde 12’, Noah Rieber 59’, Mason Frank 64’ 76’, Jackson Maasjo 65’ 73’

SAVES- Evan Thomas 4

Jared Rubado is the sports editor for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and the Perham Focus. He moved to the area in September of 2021 after covering sports for the Alexandria Echo Press for nearly three years. Jared graduated from the University of Augustana in 2018 with degrees in journalism and sports managment.
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