Archive - Sep 14, 2011 - Latest Sports
LAKEVILLE â€” Freshman forward Allie Wright scored the game-winner with under four minutes on the clock, and the Lady Pilgrims earned their second win of the season with a 3-2 victory over LaVille Tuesday at Newton Park.
Wright drove a roller toward the far post and past LaVilleâ€™s Abbie McBride as Rachael Principe found Maggie Mahler on a cross into the box, and Mahlerâ€™s forward pass split a pair of LaVille defenders to find Wright for the golden goal.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth back-up goalie Erik Aguilar gave his team a boost, and the Rockies played sectional rival Culver Military Academy to a 0-0 draw at home Tuesday.
â€ś(It was) a pretty fast-paced and very physical game,â€ť said Plymouth head boys soccer coach Josh Martin. â€śCMA played some very clever counter attacking soccer, but when we man-marked Luther Jacobs we were able to disrupt a lot of their offensive build-up in the second half.â€ś
Girls cross country
Panthers outpace Plymouth
Plymouth lost a Northern Lakes Conference meet 22-33 at NorthWood Tuesday.
Cynthia Medina paced the race for the Lady Panthers with a 19:50 followed by teammate Karlie Kratzchman.
Meg Fisher finished third for Plymouth, followed by NorthWoodâ€™s Brittney Grove and Jenn Hilty, while Darcy Fisher, Shelby Harrell, Deborah Anders and Libby Read finished in order in the six through nine spots.
â€˘ NORTHWOOD 22, PLYMOUTH 33