EVANSVILLE -- The Northview boys' soccer team made some improvements over the weekend, however the were unable to come away with a victory.
The Knights dropped a 3-1 decision in their opening contest as Evansville North scored a goal minutes into the game to take the early advantage.
Northview was able to counter as Drew Snyder scored off a feed from Josh Lynch to even the game at 1-1, but the Huskies took the lead for good in the second half on a bit of an unlucky break for the Knights.
A North shot was saved by goal keeper Robert Joslyn, who unfortunately lost his footing and fell backwards as the ball escaped into the net for a 2-1 Huskies advantage. They would go on to add another goal on the way to a 3-1 victory on Friday night.
On Saturday, the Knights dropped a 5-0 decision to Evansville Central before playing well and leading Princeton for 10 minutes before eventually falling to the Tigers.
"We played more aggressive, but the younger guys need to be more adaptable to the game," coach Don Bryan said. "We made mental mistakes that unluckily cost us the game."
The Knights fall to 0-5 overall and travel to