Girls varsity soccer takes home a win against South Lake


Girls varsity soccer poses for a team picture after a rainy game against South Lake

Madyson Marzec, Sports Editor

On Friday, May 7, the girls’ varsity soccer team played an away game against the South Lake Cavaliers. It was a cold and rainy game, but the girls pulled out their first win of the season with  score of 3-0.  

In the first half, senior Gabriella Osorio scored the Panthers first goal of the night within the first 5 minutes. After that goal was scored, the girls knew that they could win the game, and a butterfly effect of goals were soon to be scored.  

In the second half of the game, the girls held the defensive line and made sure the Cavaliers did not score. With only 15 minutes left on the clock, junior Maxine Goodger gets a nice pass from Hayleigh Klemm, takes the ball up the field and scores. But that was not her only goal of the night. At kick off, the Panthers steal the ball back and give Goodger another good pass and she scores the final goal of the game. 

I kept missing the goal whenever I took a shot in the first half,” Goodger says. “But when I finally scored the last two goals, I knew that it was much needed for us to secure the win.” 

The ladies had a rough start to their season with only having one team and having numerous injuries which have left them with little to work with. But with this first win in their back pocket, the girls know to always give 110% on the field because it will produce superior results.