Monday, October 08, 2012Prep girls soccer: Munoz has big day as Findlay defeats Southview
SYLVANIA -- Lara Munoz scored twice and assisted on two other goals as Findlay defeated Sylvania Southview 5-3 on Saturday in nonconference girls soccer action.
The Trojans (8-3-3) jumped ahead 3-0 as Halle McCleave scored only 2:15 into the game and Munoz added both of her goals later in the first half.
Sarah Thomas scored to put Findlay ahead 4-0 and April Misamore's goal made the score 5-2 before Southview scored a late goal.
Erika Berkowitz scored two goals for the Cougars and Bethany Thomas added the other.
Thomas, Heather Beers and Misamore each had assists for the Trojans.
Elizabeth Alexander and Nikki Huber and seven and five intercepts, respectively, for Findlay, which returns home for its last two games against Maumee today and Fremont Ross on Wednesday.
Olivia Bair (four saves) and Marissa Wintrow (one) shared time in the net for the Trojans, who outshot Southview 17-8.
ELIDA -- Kayla Trevino scored four first-half goals and Liberty-Benton romped past Elida 6-1 on Saturday in nonconference girls soccer action.
Sam Johnson also scored one of her two goals in the first half as the Eagles built a 5-1 lead going into the intermission.
Jessie Selhorst tallied three assists and Kaitlyn Hanrahan had three saves for L-B (9-4-1), which outshot the Bulldogs 18-6. Milly Siferd, Johnson and Trevino set up goals as well.
Kaitlin Gay scored the lone goal for Elida (5-9-1).
ARCHBOLD -- Cory-Rawson hung tight for a half, but Archbold added on after the intermission as the Blue Streaks flashed by the Hornets 3-0 Saturday in girls soccer nonconference action.
Kassidy Garrow, Jensyn Garrow and Jesse Fidler each scored for Archbold, while Meggie Yoder added an assist.
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LIBERTY CENTER -- Summer Holtkamp scored two goals and added an assist to lead Kalida to a 5-0 win over Liberty Center on Saturday in a nonconference girls soccer game.
Justine Verhoff, Lindsey Erhart and Courtney Buss added goals for Kalida (13-0-1), which outshot Liberty Center 20-0.
Liberty Center goalkeeper Mahala Haughn managed 14 saves in goal for the Tigers.
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