Warriors add to win streak on road
The Warriors continued their undefeated tear on the soccer field this past weekend.
The girls won their Battle Mountain road game 14-0 on Friday and their Lovelock road game 9-3 on Saturday. The boys notched a 7-1 win on the road against Battle Mountain on Friday. The girls have now outscored their opponents 42-3. The boys have outscored their opponents 54-4.
Girls take two
The girls breezed to a 14-0 win against Battle Mountain on Friday.
Caroline Krolicki led the offense with a hat trick and an assist. Jenny Shepack, Katherine Krolicki and Madison Idso each scored two goals. Idso had two assists. Gisselle Benitez, Gigi Stetler, Alison Copsy, Mikayla Warner and Kenya Maltase all added goals.
Mary Sanchez, Lauren George, Shepack and Stetler also recorded assists.
Goalkeepers Brittany Boulet and Kendal Ferris split the shutout.
The girls produced similar results the following day in Lovelock with a 9-3 win.
Shepack and Stetler collected three goals apiece. Maltase blasted in two goals and George netted one.
Daria Sharon, Katherine Krolicki, Shepack, Idso, Stetler, Copsy and Warner all contributed assists.
Before their Tuesday game, the girls were 5-0 overall and 4-0 in league.
Boys best Battle Mountain
The boys were missing starters Charlie Jurzenski and RJ Rupp, but it didn’t stop them from jumping ahead 5-0 at halftime on Friday.
“We moved some guys around and had some guys in different positions, but everybody stepped up really well and worked together as a team,” head coach Timothy Plummer said.
Mark Waite led the Warriors with three goals. His first goal was a left-footed shot on the run. His second goal was a deep shot from about 30 yards out.
Bryce Bronken knocked in two goals. Palmer Chaplin, who was filling in for Rupp, stepped up at center mid and netted one goal. Bronken had two assists. Andy Delgado, Spencer Buchholz, Osvaldo Reyes Lucero, Chaplin and Waite all added assists. Before their Tuesday game, the boys were 10-0 overall and 2-0 in league.
UP NEXT: The Warriors played in North Tahoe on Tuesday. Check Friday’s edition for results. Whittell will host Incline at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
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