Late rally ends Stingers losing streak

A goal by defender Kouyabe Ignegongba during the second half solidified a come-from-behind tie for the Stingers men’s soccer team Sunday afternoon against the Université du Québec

A goal by defender Kouyabe
Ignegongba during the second half solidified a come-from-behind tie for the Stingers men’s soccer team Sunday afternoon against the Université du Québec

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