Cooper Boys Soccer Beats Brooklyn Center
The Cooper boys soccer team rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to beat Brooklyn Center 4-1 Thursday.
It’s the first meeting between the two teams as members of the Tri-Metro Conference, which Cooper joined this fall.
Brooklyn Center scored just over twelve minutes into the contest when Abel Gonzalez converted a nice crossing pass from Eduardo Romero.
Centaurs’ goalkeeper Joseph Daramay made several key stops and got help from his defenders on a couple of other good Cooper chances to keep it 1-0 at halftime.
Cooper controlled most of the play though, and it paid off in the second half.
Francisco Torres Gomez Eagle scored off an assist from Jesper Flomo to tie it 1-1.
Flomo scored off a well-placed corner kick from Torres Gomez Eagle to give the Hawks the lead for good.
Flomo scored again for a 3-1 lead and Zunue Taylor added another for the 4-1 final.
It’s Cooper’s second win of the season; Brooklyn Center is still looking for its first win.