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The DeKalb County High School Tigers Soccer Team was on the field last week, at home for two games as their season winds to a close.
On April 22, the Tigers took on a team from Macon County, and came away with a big win. Brandon Leier put the first points up on the board in the game, scoring only four minutes into play.
Miguel Rodriguez scored 11 minutes later, with an assist by Eli Lomas. Then, only two minutes later, Miguel Ramirez got in on the action, scoring the Tigers’ third and final point of the game.
Macon would get on the board, scoring just before halftime, but DeKalb would take the win, 3-1.
Goalkeeper Skylar Pease had 10 saves in the game.
On April 24, the Tigers were again at home, this time against a tough team from Smyrna.
The first half of the game was mostly a stalemate, with both teams battling for points. Smyrna was able to get on the board just before halftime, taking a 1-0 lead.
Things fell apart for the Tigers in the second half, with Smyrna scoring three more times. The Tigers would go through the rest of the match without finding the net, falling to Smyrna, 4-0.
Pease had 19 saves in the game.

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