DUNBAR, Wis. - Kingsford, with a pair of goals from Geno Bianco, chalked a 3-0 boys soccer win over Minnesota Woodcrest Saturday.
"We continue to tweak the 4-5-1 formation, focusing on transition play as a team," Flivvers head coach Alex Milinski said. "We worked hard on man marking and not letting the opposing team out of its own half.
"We started out a bit slow, but when we finally got into the game, we stayed forward and applied pressure for the rest of the game."
The first Flivver goal came through transition play and short quick passing which was finished off by Bianco about 25 minutes in to the first half.
Flivvers continued to press, and Parker Spanton proved key to creating the second goal. He went up with the keeper getting a touch on the ball, It fell kindly to Brett Milinski who was able to finish off the chance.
Kingsford's third goal came when Bianco received the ball from Alek Haag and then darted up the sideline, leaving the left wing and left back in his wake. Bianco got into the 18 and chipped the keeper near the post.
"It was a special goal, and very skillfully done," Milinski said. "It's something you don't usually see."
Flivvers travel to Peshtigo Thursday.