Boys Soccer: Three-goal flurry at end of first half sinks Little Falls against Sauk Rapids-Rice

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Sauk Rapids-Rice used a three-goal flurry in the final three minutes of the first half to top host Little Falls 5-2, Saturday.

The Storm opened the scoring just three minutes into the game, but Little Falls junior Tim Infinger set up senior Taylor Kottschade for a goal in the 12th minute to tie the score, then senior Nathan Masog converted a penalty kick to put Little Falls ahead 2-1.

However, Sauk Rapids-Rice struck for three quick goals at the end of the first half, then tacked on a final goal in the second to earn the win.