What They're Saying: Karl Trost

“People get on their computers or their phones and just go wild. It’s really sad. I hate it for this kid. I really do. I wish it wasn’t like this."

-- Karl Trost, whose Michigan boys soccer scoring record of 10 goals in a game played in 2003 was broken when Kevin Hubbell scored 16 goals in the first half of Benzie Central's 17-0 win over winless Kingsley, setting state and national records for most goals in a boys high school game. The match played on Sept. 29 was halted at halftime but produced such an outcry that the Kingsley school board met and plans to file a protest to the Benzie Central school district over what one member described as a "cheap shot." (AP)
1 comment about "What They're Saying: Karl Trost".
  1. uffe gustafsson, October 13, 2021 at 5:42 p.m.

    What coach would do such thing?
    when get a loop sided game u make your team start passing and make restrictions to score a goal like 10 passes from back line all the way up and only score on your weaker foot or
    only heading to score.
    terrible coaching

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