The Sant Bani soccer team had its first loss of the season on Monday to Cardigan Mountain School. "Cardigan brought their best players and have a really strong soccer program," said Sant Bani coach Todd Schongalla. "We were over-matched on both ends of the field."
Down 3-0 at the half, Sant Bani came back with two quick goals, one unassisted by junior Mohamed Sapry and another from a well-executed corner kick/pass from Javin deMello-Folsom to Harrison Evans, but Cardigan closed the door thereafter and went home with the 4-2 victory.
Sant Bani travels for a rematch with the New Hampton JVA's on Wednesday afternoon.