Prep boys soccer: Everett 2, O’Dea 2

EVERETT —Everett and O’Dea played to a tie in a non-league contest Saturday night. Sophomore Saad Al-Hussaini and junior Hector Rodriguez both had goals for Everett.

At Lincoln Field

Goals—Name Kevin Strodahl (O), Nick Nguyen (O), Saad Al-Hussaini (E), Hector Rodriguez (E). Assists—Not Reported. Goalkeepers—O’Dea: Theodore Looney. Everett: Robert Mack Temple. Records—O’Dea Not Reported. Everett 0-3-0 overall.

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