Lady Jackets black Springfield 10-0


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SPRINGFIELD — Sidney took on Springfield on the road Saturday in girls soccer action and it was an easy one, the Lady Jackets winning 10-0 in non-division Greater Western Ohio Conference action.

Sidney moves to 5-1-1 on the season and is at Northmont tonight.

The scoring got started early, just three minutes into the game, on a cross from Shelby Baker to Ashley Egan for a header into the goal. Two minutes later, the same play would account for a goal when the ball went from Elaine Wisenmayer to Adrianne Miller for a header and a 2-0 lead.

Emily Weisenmayer added two goals and Elaine Wiesemeyer one to make it 5-0 at the half.

The second half was much the sasme, with Sidney maintainign possession throughout.

Shaylee Hanayik scored twice and Keaton Eilert, Emma Dahlinghaus and Sylvia Hudson once each.

Assists came from Miller, Elaine Wiesenmeyer, Kaitlyn Davis and team leader Ashley Egan.

Another hat trick

for Lehman’s Fuller

PITSBURG — Lehman also went to 5-1-1 on the season Saturday with a 3-0 blanking of Franklin Monroe in non-league play.

The Lady Cavs, No. 4 in D-3 in Ohio, got all three goals from Sara Fuller, who recorded her second straight hat trick and raised her goal total for the season to a dozen.

“Franklin Monroe is no easy place to play,” said Lehman coach Jeremy Lorenzo. “The field is smaller than we’re used to and the wind was very difficult to deal with. But the girls found a way to get the job done despite the elements.

“I was very pleased with our bench,” he added. “We’re still not at full strength due to injuries. And I can’t say enough about the defense. We’ve now had four shutouts in a row and we’ve only allowed four total shots on goal in those four games.”

Kate Hemm had two assists for the Lady Cavs.

Anna edges Urbana

to up mark to 4-1

URBANA — The Anna Lady Rockets edged Urbana 2-1 Saturday in a non-league game that saw all three goals scored in the first half.

The win raises the Lady Rockets’ mark on the year to 4-1 heading to Greenville today.

“It was a good win for us,” said Anna head coach Jim Hague. “It was a rock ‘em, sock ‘em kind of game, very physical.”

Bria Cook had a goal for Anna, and Emily Albers added the other goal when she knocked a deflection off an Urbana player into the net.

Kristin Grimes had four saves.


Cavs fall 4-1

PITSBURGB — The Lehman boys soccer team traveled to third-ranked Franklin Monroe Saturday and dropped a 4-1 verdict to the Jets.

The loss leaves Lehman 1-4 overall with Bethel coming to town Tuesday.

The Jets got on the board quickly on an own-goal within the first two minutes and then put another in one on a deflection from a corner kick, going up 2-0 early in the contest.

“Own-goals are rare in high-school, and then you couple that with an odd bounce off of a corner kick, and you find yourself in a 2-0 hole on the road against a team like F-M,” said Lehman coach Tom Wiseman. “Those two things almost never happen, and it’s just unlucky.”

Lehman responded with a goal just under the crossbar by Alex Wiseman, with the assist from senior Nick Neumeier, and headed into halftime only down 2-1. But The Jets came out strong in the second half with two more unanswered goals. Franklin-Monroe outshot the Cavs 25-5.

“We struggled with possession and never got a very good look at the goal,” said Wiseman.