BHS boys bested 3-2 by O’Dea in soccer

A 3-2 loss at home to the visitors from O’Dea (5-2) on Wednesday, March 27 left the Bainbridge High School varsity boys soccer team with an overall record of 3-3-1 (2-3-1 in conference).

The struggling Spartans have thus far been unable to string together any consecutive wins this season, their first potential run being stopped short and interrupted by a 1-1 tie on March 20 against Ballard, between wins against Ingraham and Bishop Blanchet.

A schedule change left the island squad to play just one match the following week, Thursday, April 4 at home against Rainier Beach (1-4-2).

BHS will next play at home at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 11 against Roosevelt (6-0-1).

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