Boyne City Ready to Face Freeland Again in Regional Final
BOYNE CITY — The Boyne City girls soccer team won its first district title in program history earlier this postseason, and the Ramblers have a chance to build on their historic run.
They will play in their first regional final on Thursday against top-ranked Freeland.
The Falcons have been a tough opponent throughout the postseason, outscoring opponents, 25-0, in four games. They also seek their third straight trip to the state championship.
“They’re just like us. They’re a good team. They work well together,” Boyne City sophomore Kari Day said. “They’re fast and used to the turf, like the fast play. And that’s probably the biggest thing.”
Boyne City played Freeland earlier this season, losing 3-0. They hope to use that experience in the losing scenario to bounce back and win the program’s first regional title.
“It’s nice playing them because you know who to look for and what to do, like pick them apart and try to win,” Boyne City sophomore Jaelyn Jarema said.
The game starts at 7 p.m. in Clare on Thursday.