Medomak Valley girls’ soccer team handed Mt.View a 4-1 loss in Mustang country on Oct. 14 in the rain and wind. Alanna Vose had the hot foot for the Lady Panthers, scoring all four goals. Emily Leach assisted on two goals, and Maria Ennamorati assisted on one.
The Mustangs goal came on a direct kick from M. Grant.
Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet had a quiet night in net with just two saves. A. Larrabee had 12 saves for Mt.View. Medomak held a 20-4 advantage in shots.
“We were playing a defensive game, hoping to tie. When they went up 4-1 you could see the bubble burst,” Medomak coach Larry Jensen said.
Down 5-1, “there was no way we were coming back. They are 12-0 for a reason. They played a Class A mentality.”
Jensen said Morse coach did not put in substitutions until there were less than three minutes to go in the game.
“With 30 minutes to go, I’m subbing, to save kids for the game on Friday, and we’re still nursing some injuries, and I wanted to get some other kids into the game,” Jensen said. “They were just padding their stats. I was really disappointed with that, and I was disappointed we quit.”
Scoring for Morse were Bess Howell and Christina Stuart with two each, and Katie Hendrickson, Tori Field, Miracle Trimble and Paige Martin one each. Field added two assists, and Stuart and Brianna Williams one each.
Julie Ennamorati opened the scoring six and a half minutes into the game when she took a corner kick from Sammi Griffin off her body and into the net.
Alanna Vose worked a give and go on the left side with Maria Ennamorati with 16:53 to play in the half, dribbled in and put a shot inside the opposite post. Jordan Moore scored her first career goal on a Vose corner kick to put the Panthers up 3-0 at the half.
Medomak wasted no time scoring two more goals in the 2nd half. Mallory Conary scored unassisted six minutes into the half, and M. Ennamorati settled a penalty stroke seven minutes into the 2nd half.
Medomak held a 30-2 edge in shots. Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet made two saves to earn the shutout for the Panthers. Forrest Munson made 15 saves for the Lions.