Colleen Hendricks kicks the ball up the field for the Lady Wolverines. (Carrie Reynolds photo)
Wiscasset 2 – Oak Hill 2
Wiscasset girls soccer team broke a six-game losing streak, with a 2-2 tie against Oak Hill on Oct. 2 in Wiscasset.
Gabby Chapman traps the ball for Wiscasset. (Carrie Reynolds photo)
“We dominated. We out shot them 4-1. We passed well and played well,” coach Duane Goud said.
After a scoreless first half, Oak Hill took the lead on a shot from Toni Pushard-Hart. Wiscasset knotted the score when Grace Webber converted a pass across the mouth of the goal.
Raider Jamie Prue re-captured the lead for the Raiders. Miranda McIntire found net on penalty kick to tie the game at 2-2 and force double overtime.
“Grace Webber has played well for me the last couple of games,” Goud said. The Wolverines injured list grew shorter this week when Gabby Chapman and Tylan Onorato returned to the ranks.
Kayla Gordon made 19 saves for the Wolverines and Anna Dodge 15 for the Raiders.
St. Dom’s 4 – Wiscasset 0
St. Dom’s jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead, on their way to a 4-0 win over Wiscasset girls soccer on Oct. 6. Faith Grady scored all four goals for the Saints, and Kym Johnson assisted on two.
Kayla Gordon made 13 saves in net for Wiscasset and Nicole Robitaille three for St. Dom’s.
“We played well at St. Dom’s too. We put all kinds of passes together. We just couldn’t put the last one in the net,” Goud said.