South Sioux City beat Lincoln East, 2-1, at the state soccer tournament on Thursday. (Courtesy SSC Activities)
After winning the state soccer title in Class B last year, the South Sioux City boys won their opener in Class A on Thursday. The third-seeded Cardinals beat sixth-seeded Lincoln East 2-1 to improve to 18-1.
The Cardinals led 1-0 at the half on a goal from Bryan Arellano in the 26th minute.
After Lincoln East tied it in the 47th minute of the second half, South Sioux's Paul Tindall scored on a header off of a corner kick in the 66th minute for the game-winner.
South Sioux will now play second-seeded Lincoln Southwest (16-1) on Saturday at 3:00 PM in the semifinals. Top-seeded Creighton Prep and Omaha Westside will play in the other semifinal at 1:00 PM.
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