MADISON — Silver Creek opened its 2017 campaign with a 2-2 tie against Madison on Saturday.
Keaton Goss gave the Dragons an edge at halftime thanks to an assist from Anmol Ghale. Ethan Eckert added an un assisted goal in the second half. The hosts scored twice in the second.
“To go to Madison for our first game, not knowing what to expect, and to get a tie is an encouraging beginning to our season,” Creek coach Colin Bell said. “Madison is never an easy opponent, especially at home. Neither team could really gather the upper hand and a tie seemed deserving for both teams today. There were things I saw us do well during the match and some things we will work on.”
Dragons’ keeper Jack Gleason had five saves in the tie.
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