Summit soccer evens record in Denver with another shutout |

Summit soccer evens record in Denver with another shutout

DENVER – The Summit High School boys soccer team won its second game of the season – and second by shutout – Friday afternoon at Denver Christian.

Michael Infante scored a goal and assisted on another in the 2-0 win that evened the Tigers’ record at 2-2.

“It was nice to come down to Denver in the heat and play fairly well,” said Summit coach Peter Shafroth. “We’re off to a nice start at 2-2. We’re pretty happy about that.” Infante put the Tigers up 1-0 with a first-half goal off an assist from Jonathan Valenzuela. Then, with about 10 minutes to play in the game, Infante assisted Elliot Hedman, whose goal sealed the win.

Kylor Dosset recorded the shutout in net.

Ives stands out during football loss

FARMER’S KORNER – Junior Brandon Ives scored Summit High’s first touchdown of the season and rushed for 70 yards in the second half in the Tigers’ 55-6 loss to D’Evelyn Friday night. Ives ran for five first downs.

Quarterback Drew Arnesen scrambled for six yards during the scoring drive and intercepted a pass while playing defense. The Tigers faced a stifling defense from the Jaguars.

The Tigers play at Evergreen Sept. 12 at 6 p.m.

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