TC men?s soccer ends Coyote win streak

Janae Rempel / Free Press<p>Bransyn Felty battles to maintain possession during Wednesday?s game against Kansas Wesleyan. Felty scored both of Tabor?s goals to give the Bluejays a 2-1 win and end a six-year, regular-season KCAC win streak by the Coyotes.

After securing a victory over Kansas Wesleyan earlier in the week, the Tabor College men?s soccer team lost at Sterling Saturday, 2-0.

The Warriors enjoyed a 1-0 lead at halftime and scored again with 11 seconds left in the game.

Tabor outshot Sterling, 11-9, but Sterling held the 6-3 advantage in shots on goal.

Goalkeepers Kevin Bankowski and Bryson Henry each had two saves.

Kansas Wesleyan?With a 2-1 win Wednesday, Tabor became the first KCAC team in six years to defeat the Coyotes in a regular-season game, ending a 50-0-4 win streak.

Kansas Wesleyan took the lead with a goal in the seventh minute of play and held a 1-0 lead at intermission.

Tabor tied the game in the 49th minute when Bransyn Felty scored from 15 yards out on an assist by Lewis Furmenger. The Bluejays took the lead for good when Felty scored a second time in the 59th minute.

Both teams took nine shots and four shots on goal.

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