Diane Kiessel, about 5 hours ago
The Lady Tigers played three games on Saturday in the Monroe Jefferson Invitational. The Tigers asserted their will over Monroe Jefferson on their way to an easy 9-2 victory. Tigers big inning was driven by a walk by Alyssa Engle, Starlynn Kinne Adkins, and a double by Chloe Solomon. Brooklynn Jones led the team to victory in the pitcher's circle. The Tigers fell 10 - 13 to the Bears in game two. Veronica Morrison, Kendall Volk, and Alyssa Engle all managed multiple hits. The Tigers came out on top against Annapolis, 17-12 in game three. The offensive firepower was led by Brooke Kinzel, Savanna Barone, Veronica Morrison, Kayla Hamilton, Brooklynn Jones, and Alyssa Engle, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the third inning. Chloe Solomon earned the win for the Tigers. Solomon allowed five hits and 12 runs while striking out 11.
Diane Kiessel, about 6 hours ago
Another victory for JV Girls Soccer. A battle in the first half left us with 11 shots, but no goals. Our 2nd half came alive with a more controlled and settled game. Our scoring came from two penalty kicks. MacKenzie Bailey and Liliana Adcock both netting their first goals of the season helped our team get on the board. Once again Avery Batchelder sent a 20 yard shot into the net to make it 3-0. Finally Brooke Hickman slammed home a rebound to get us up 4-0. Alivia Johnston added a beautiful shot on frame to be deflected in off Brooke Hickman, giving Alivia the assist and Brookes second goal of the game. Making her debut start as goalie, Shyanne Borders posted the shutout turning back multiple shots.
Diane Kiessel, 3 days ago
Last night the varsity girl's soccer team defeated Fordson by a score of 9-0. Molly Cote scored 3 goals. Breanna McCluskey and Rachel Riley added 2 apiece, and Emily Michelin and Olivia Newman both had 1 goal. The Tigers are in first place in the division with a record of 3 wins, 0 losses and 1 tie.
Diane Kiessel, 4 days ago
JV Baseball splits with Dearborn. Game one 12 - 8 Luke Bodenham led things off on the pitcher's mound for the Tigers. The ace lasted five innings, allowing one hit and five runs while striking out 11. Game two the Tigers struggled to get their offense going, getting easily dispatched by Dearborn, 15-0. Gunnar Rochon had a single in the second inning.
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