Cloud County can't overcome deficit

Cloud County, unable to erase a 4-0 deficit, lost 5-3 to Maple Woods Community College in a home match on Tuesday.
Maple Woods got out to a 2-0 lead in the first half on the Thunderbirds.
Scoring two early goals in the second half, the Monarchs pushed the lead to 4-0.
Cloud County (2-2) knocked in three consecutive goals to trim the deficit to 4-3.
Gefte Blanc scored the first goal for the T-Birds.
A goal by Alex Staines made it 4-3.
Marco Nizarala punched in a goal and Cloud County trailed just 4-3.
Maple Woods secured the win by scoring to go up 5-3.
Cloud County was hit with five yellow cards and a red card in the loss.
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The Cloud County women shook off an early Maple Woods’ goal to pick up a 2-1 victory.
Maple Woods scored its lone goal in the first minute of the match.
Cloud County, playing just its second match of the season, would shut the Monarchs out the rest of the way.
Georgia Walters converted on a penalty kick with about 25 minutes to play in the match to pull Cloud County even at 1-1.
The T-Birds, now 1-1, took advantage of a second penalty kick opportunity.
Walters scored her second goal to give Cloud County the 2-1 victory.


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