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Framingham rallies to tie Wellesley in boys’ soccer

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The sixth-ranked Framingham boys’ soccer team came back from two goals down in a Bay State game, tying host No. 8 Wellesley, 2-2.

The Flyers (11-1-1) went down in the 12th minute, after Wellesley put pressure on the Framingham goal and won a free kick just outside the penalty box. Wellesley senior center back Ryan Stuntz took the free kick quickly before Framingham set up and sent it in the bottom righthand corner of the net, giving the home team a 1-0 lead.

Just 11 minutes later, the Raiders (8-1-2) took a corner kick. Framingham’s goalkeeper punched the ball away, but Raiders’ junior midfielder Sooyoung Kim looped a shot over the Framingham defense and into the net. The Raiders went into halftime up, 2-0.

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