Vikings move back into first place
Avoiding a tie for the second time in five matches, the South Tahoe High girls’ soccer team moved back into first place in the Sierra Division on Tuesday in Reno.
The Vikings blanked North Valleys 4-0 as Jen Napier scored two goals.
“It’s nice to get a win under our belts, and we’re ready for Carson,” said STHS coach Julia Russell. “We’ve been plagued by the tie bug.”
South Tahoe moved one point ahead of second-place Douglas. The Vikings play Carson in their regular-season finale Oct. 29, while Douglas plays Reno.
With precise passing and the upper hand in ball control, the Vikings kept the pressure on North Valleys. STHS took a 1-0 lead on Lauren Bachelder’s goal on a pass from Tiffany Von Diemar in the 25th minute.
The Vikings scored their final three goals, including two unassisted shots by Napier, after halftime. Tracey Ketelsen scored the Vikings’ final goal unassisted in the 80th minute.
The Vikings, however, received some bads concerning an injury to junior Kelley Meyer. Meyer fractured her patella during an Oct. 16 match at Wooster.
STHS’s JV won 7-0.
first place, one point ahead douglas, anthhing can happen.
one game they play Reno
we play Carson
Carson No. 3.
“tey’ve improved, but we are dominate passes and keep possession.”
first half, 25th min, Lauren Bachelder, from assist Tiffany Von Diemar
in second half, 43rd minue, Jen Napier, scored off dribble. unassisted.
63rd minue, Jen scored again, unassted outside the 18.
at very ened, 80th mnute, Tracey Ketelsen scored wtih shot outside the 18.
fractured patela, Kelly Meyer, junior.
next Tuesday .
JV won 7-0.
nice to get win under belts and we’re ready for carson, we’ve been plagued by tie bug, 3 in last four games.
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