By ERIC RUEB
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ For the final 35 minutes, the South Kingstown boys soccer team outplayed and outhustled Chariho and while the Rebels didnâ€™t come up with a goal, it was the type of performance SK needs to have as it prepares for the postseason.
But the two-minute span that preceded the final 35 minutes is exactly the type of soccer the Rebels didnâ€™t want to see.
South gave up two goals with some sloppy soccer in a 1:40 span at the start of the second half and despite its strong play the rest of the game, couldnâ€™t find a way to put the ball in the net and left with a 2-0 loss that could go a long way when the playoffs begin in two weeks.
â€śItâ€™s just complete disappointment because we know weâ€™re better than that,â€ť SK captain Zach Gallup said. â€śCoach just said it took us to get down 2-0 to start playing the game that we play. We werenâ€™t playing with heart.â€ť
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