By John Lachmann
Dayton senior forward Nicole Schowalter’s tally in the closing minutes capped off a five-goal second half in the Greendevils’ 4-4 tie vs. Calvary Christian on Thursday.
Schowalter finished with three goals, as did Cougars junior forward Ashley Bowers. Bowers netted Calvary Christian’s first goal and its last two.
HALFTIME: Dayton, 2-1. GOALS: D—N. Schowalter 3, H. Schowalter. CC—Bowers 3, Howard. RECORDS: Calvary Christian 0-0-1, Dayton 0-0-1.
HIGHLANDS 5, HOLY CROSS 0 – Junior midfielder Allyson Bridewell scored two goals and dished for an assist to pace the Bluebirds.
Senior McKenzie Goyert and juniors Taylor Vaughn and Allison Nienaber also found the net for Highlands.
HALFTIME: 2-0. GOALS: HI—Bridewell 2, Goyert, Vaughn, Nienaber. SHUTOUT: Owen (0 saves). RECORDS: Highlands 1-0-1, Holy Cross 0-3.
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