1B/2B Boys Soccer State Tournament: Providence Classical Christian 2, Mount Vernon Christian 1

SUMNER — Providence Classical Christian’s Caleb Moisant scored off an assist from Cole Butaud in the 68th minute, just 8 minutes after Mount Vernon Christian tied the game at 1-1, to give PCC a lead it would never relinquish in a victory in the third-place game of the boys 1B/2B state tournament.

At Sunset Chev Stadium

Goals—Bryce Hummel (PCC), Andrew Klesick (MVC), Caleb Moisant (PCC). Assists—Matthew Morris (PCC), Cole Butaud (PCC), Caleb Riley (MVC). Goalkeepers—Providence Classical Christian: Daniel Mathiason. Mount Vernon Christian: Jesse Ketcham. Records—Providence Classical Christian 14-7.

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