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Boys Soccer: Memorial Tops Middleton 2-0

Published On: Dec 24 2013 03:30:30 AM CST
Updated On: Aug 28 2013 07:34:29 AM CDT

MIDDLETON -

Madison Memorial defeated Middleton 2-0 in an early season conference match up at Firefighter's Park.

Neither the Spartans or Cardinals have started school yet, but this was a pretty important Big Eight conference soccer match on a really warm humid night.

Ty Pelton-Byce scored in just the 5th minute to give Memorial an early 1-0 lead. Sean Surtees had the assist.

Surtees scored the insurance goal in the 60th minute to give Memorial a 2-0 lead.

This was the second game of the year for both teams and the first conference game.

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