Coach Getz was not disappointed with their play.
“I told the boys after the game not to worry about the score,” Getz noted. “I know we lost but we controlled the game.
“We have things that we are working on to get us better not just for this year not just this game, but for the future. Franklin County’s keeper made some great saves to keep us off the scoring column, but we got what we wanted,” he added.
Franklin County scored at the 23:45 mark on a penalty kick.
Oldenburg had 15 shots with nine on goal.