KHHS boys soccer team loses for just the 2nd time

Luke Brunt (right) recorded three assists in the Indians’ last two matches. File photo by Cliff Smelley.


Telegraph Staff Writer

Keystone Heights High School suffered its first loss in seven matches, falling to District 4-3A opponent Williston 6-4 on Jan. 15 in Williston.

The Indians (11-2-2) got a goal each from A.J. Nilsen and Aaron Wiley, with Wiley also recording an assist.

Luke Brunt and Sammy Wacha each had an assist as well.

Keystone entered the match off a 9-1 win over district opponent Interlachen on Jan. 12 in Keystone.

Wiley and Bryce Huntley each had three goals, while Wacha, Liam Callahan and Jaden Park each had one.

Brunt, Wacha and Wiley each had two assists, while Huntley, Park and Noah Jaramillo each had one.