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Monroes Matt Coplien, center, and Niven Tomasiewicz compete for the ball with Sauk Prairies Grant Schlimgen near the goal during the first half of the Cheesemakers 4-0 loss to the Eagles Friday at Honey Creek Park. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - Monroe boys soccer coach Tony Vasquez challenged the Cheesemakers to think about what type of team they want to become as they set to roll into the Badger South Conference season after a 4-0 loss to Sauk Prairie Friday at Honey Creek Park. "This is my first time in my seven years coaching that we just gave up, stopped playing and didn't have the fight in them," Vasquez said. "It wasn't a fitness thing.