Early exits

By By DAN WEISS / Niles Daily Star
The Brandywine and Buchanan soccer teams took an early exit from the Division 4 District Tournament Monday night, suffering losses to teams they had beaten in the regular season.
Brandywine, which finished the season at 6-8-2, was beaten 3-2 by Coloma. Buchanan, which ended with a record of 13-6-3, took a 4-2 loss at Berrien Springs.
Senior Andy Low scored both goals for the Bobcats. Brandywine goalkeeper Garrett Semrinec had four saves as the Bobcats outshot Coloma 14-8.
Cody Krieger, David Saleeby and Anthony Musgrove scored goals for the Comets.
For the first time in 11 years, Buchanan won't be taking part in the District title game. Berrien Springs scored all four of its goals in the first half.
Robbie Schadt scored twice for the Shamrocks while Muny Musvosi and Akwasi Antivi each added one goal.
Chris Cecco scored twice in the second half for Buchanan.
Both teams managed 14 shots on goal and Josh Wahlstrom had 10 saves in goal for the Bucks.
In other Division 4 action, Dowagiac beat River Valley 7-0 and South Haven beat Edwardsburg 3-2.
Berrien Springs will travel to Dowagiac Wednesday night and South Haven will travel to Coloma Wednesday for the second round of the tournament. The championship match is set for Saturday at Dowagiac.

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