Girls Overcome Setback vs. Madison

The absence of starting goalie Mary Cardone, 10, presented a major hole in the girls soccer team’s defense. But, they overcame and won 4-3 vs. Madison Fri. Feb. 21.

“Mary Cardone is a special girl,” Coach Erik Stolhandske said. “Playing without her, it means we have to play harder with a little more urgency in the defense and keep shots from happening.”

Vanessa Lecocq, 10, springs down the field. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Vanessa Lecocq, 10, sprints down the field.
Photo by Jacob Dukes
Megan Baer, 12, played great defense and had very nice corner kicks last Fri. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Megan Baer, 12, played great defense and had very nice corner kicks last Fri.
Photo by Jacob Dukes
Erin Moore, 10, tallied her second goal of the season.  Photo by Jacob Dukes
Erin Moore, 10, tallied her second goal of the season.
Photo by Jacob Dukes
Kyra Falcone, 10, currently leads the team with 13 goals, and is also second in District 26-5A. Photo by Jacob Dukes
Kyra Falcone, 10, currently leads the team with 13 goals, and is also second in District 26-5A.
Photo by Jacob Dukes

The team is ranked third in district and is 11-3-1 (W-L-T).

 

 

 

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