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Warren Woods Tower, Chippewa Valley draw 6-6 in boys soccer goalfest

Geoff Robinson
The Detroit News

It isn’t a usual thing for a team three divisions below another in the Macomb Area Conference to show up in such a big way, but that’s exactly what happened on Wednesday night when MAC Gold member Warren Woods Tower was able to keep pace and tie Red Division foe Chippewa Valley, 6-6, in boys soccer.

Neither team held more than a one-goal lead in a game tied, 3-3, at the half.

“It was a crazy game,” Tower assistant coach Billy Kozlowski said. “For us, it’s a huge confidence boost. That’s a school that’s three divisions ahead of us. These games are usually one-sided.”

David Asmar scored twice, as did Trevor Ajini for Tower (1-0-1). Jeremy Rindal and Nick Burke chipped in with a goal apiece.

Tower goalkeeper Richard Lee was peppered with shots all night long, and despite giving up six goals, he still managed to rack up 14 saves.

Chippewa Valley is 0-2-1