Crenshaw: Undefeated Bombers an impressive team

n Mountain Home (18-0) is seeking its first state boys soccer title.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

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Graham Thomas/Herald-Leader Siloam Springs sophomore Christian Marroquin, right, runs by Little Rock Hall defender Dilan Veloso during the Class 6A state semifinals on Saturday at Panther Stadium. Marroquin scored the Panthers’ only goal in regulation and also had a score in the penalty kicks period as Siloam Springs defeated Hall 1-1 (3-1 PKs) to advance to the state championship match. Marroquin leads the Panthers with 19 goals and 11 assists.
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Graham Thomas/Herald-Leader Siloam Springs sophomore Christian Marroquin, right, runs by Little Rock Hall defender Dilan Veloso during the Class 6A state semifinals on Saturday at Panther Stadium. Marroquin scored the Panthers’ only goal in regulation and also had a score in the penalty kicks period as Siloam Springs defeated Hall 1-1 (3-1 PKs) to advance to the state championship match. Marroquin leads the Panthers with 19 goals and 11 assists.

Brent Crenshaw got an up-close view of the Mountain Home boys soccer team on Saturday in the semifinals of the Class 6A state tournament. And what he saw was impressive.


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