Host Muskegon Catholic got revenge for two regular-season losses to Western Michigan Christian and advanced to the Division 4 district final with a 2-1 win over the Warriors on Thursday.
MCC’s Adam Callow scored with just under eight minutes remaining in the first half to give the Crusaders a 1-0 lead at intermission
WMC’s Dylan Mines tied it up with 31 minutes left in the game off an assist from Ben Mast.
Catholic went up 2-1 on another goal by Callow with just over five minutes to play in the game.
The Warriors thought they had tied it up with just over two minutes left, but they were called for off sides.
WMC outshot MCC 13-8, and Warriors’ keeper Christian Rogers made six saves.
“This was a heartbreak loss for our boys,” WMC coach David Hulings said. “They played valiantly to the end and to have their hard work turned away is tough."
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