By Nick Freimuth
Regardless of the sport Luxemburg-Casco and Denmark have a great rivalry. Tuesday afternoon the boys soccer teams were the latest to get amped up for Spartans against Vikings.
The North Eastern Conference game was scoreless for the first 45 minutes of play. It was a defensive battle early. Luxemburg-Casco broke through first with an Andrew Iverson goal assisted by Riley Glish. Denmark answered nine minutes later when Bayron Hernandez found the back of the net assisted by Josh Pelischek.
The game remained tied at one until the 60th minute. Carter Sewell scored the first of two goals and Alex VandenAvond added another to take a commanding 4-1 lead by the 73rd minute. Griffin Geib was credited with the assist on the goal by VandenAvond.
Denmark scored a goal late to make the final score 4-2 Spartans. Cade Peppin only had to make four saves in goal for L-C. Vikings keeper Seth Rau stopped 15 shots in the loss.