Shawneetownship — Shawnee played very relentlessly on Tuesday night, shooting a total of 32 shots to St. Mary’s goalkeeper Ella Jacobs, 26 of whom played in the Western Backeye League match. ..
The Indians won 2-0 in two rebounds, 5-0 in the league and 8-1 overall.
Shawnee coach Caroline O’Brien was happy with much of what happened on Tuesday, but one thing frustrated her.
“NS. Mary did a great job doing offside traps, but our wings are a little uneasy. We have some speed and want to take advantage of it,” she said. rice field. She added that Offside Call was teaching her a moment at her club. Shawnee whistled that night with more than 12 offside calls.
O’Brien was also very pleased with her defense, keeping out the rough rider and suppressing the sophomore midfielder Aerial Fast all night.
“My two centre-backs, Lily Cleaves and Taylor Morris, did a great job of containing her,” O’Brien added.
In the second half of the first half, Shawnee shot Tamiya Jimai with a goal blocked by Jacobs, but lost control of the rebound and Riley Smith paid with 2:21 remaining.
In the middle of the second half, Buri Redenor stole a through ball to freshman Kamlin Morris and Jacobs shot a blocked shot, but sophomore Zoe Best scored a cleanup goal and finished the night’s goal.
Ruff Ryders head coach Nick Wilson also acknowledged the job of a sophomore keeper.
“She (Jacobs) is incredibly athletic, incredibly well trained, and does 99% of the time reading and moving correctly,” he said. “Director O’Brien has a great program and we knew they were clicking on every cylinder. And we had to be on top of our game . “
St. Mary’s falls to 5-5 overall and 3-2 in the league.
Shawnee travels to Belfontaine for a non-league slope on Saturday and is in Van West for a WBL contest on Monday. Next Thursday, the Indians will face Ottawa Glandorf, who may decide the league title. The OG is undefeated and matches nearly 7 goals on average.
St. Mary’s will be at home next Monday for a conference match with Kenton.
St. Mary’s Aerial Fast (24) and Shawnee’s Lillik Leave will compete for the ball during a match at Shawnee on Tuesday. See more pictures of girls’ football on LimaScores.com.
Shawnee’s Kaelan Swallow st. During a match at Shawnee on Tuesday night. Save to Marys.
Shawnee’s Zoe Best moves towards the goal during the match against St. Mary’s on Tuesday.Richard Parish | Lima News
Shawnee’s Taylor Morris leads the ball in a home match with St. Mary’s on Tuesday night.
Shawnee Zoe Best on the left celebrates with Natalia Boucher after scoring a goal with St. Mary’s during a match at Shawnee on Tuesday night.
During a match at Shawnee on Tuesday night, Gabby Keller of St. Mary’s (left) and Shawnee’s Timer Jimai compete for the ball.
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