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Soccer Guide: Muskego Warriors Stay Hot

Warriors face a key conference match with Bradford on Tuesday

The high-scoring Muskego Warriors boys soccer team is unbeaten in its last six matches and has a key Southeast Conference match coming up on Tuesday.

Here is a closer look at the 2011 Warriors:

 

2011 schedule 

Record: 10-3-2 (5-0 Southeast Conference)

Rankings: The Warriors were one of five teams to receive honorable mention in Division 1 in the latest Wisconsin Coaches Association state poll. They were also ranked No. 7 in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel area poll .

FYI: Muskego has outscored the opposition 33-4 during its six-match unbeaten streak. The string includes victories over Kenosha Tremper (4-0), Franklin (6-1), West Bend West (7-0), Racine Case (10-0) and Homestead (4-1). The Warriors also tied Madison Memorial (2-2). … Andrija Novakovich, the team’s leading scorer, has scored nine goals in his last six games. The sophomore forward was recently named the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Player of the Week. … Senior Brian Bullard tallied two goals against both West Bend West and Homestead and one against Franklin. … Junior Steve Kerns and sophomore Brody Kraussel both scored two goals vs. Case along with Novakovich. … Kraussel and freshman Aleksi Prpa have scored four goals apiece in the last five games.

Up next: The Warriors host Kenosha Bradford in an SEC showdown 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at . With both teams sporting 5-0 conference records, the winner will clinch at least a share of the league title. The Warriors also host state-ranked Kettle Moraine on Thursday in a non-conference match.

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