9/23 GSOC: St. Henry tops Dixie in 2 OT

Crusaders take top district spot

sosoccersoccBy John Lachmann
Kypostsports@yahoo.com

St. Henry clinched the top spot in its district by edging Dixie Heights, 2-1 in a second overtime on Monday.

Freshman defender Hayleigh Goderwis scored the first goal of her varsity career with two minutes left in the second extra session.

Goderwis took a pass wide, went 1-on-1 with a defender, cut back and buried a left-foot shot just inside the far post.

St. Henry took the early lead on a first-half goal by junior midfielder Kirsten Bartlett.

HALFTIME: St. Henry, 1-0. GOALS: SH—Bartlett, Goderwis. DH—Watt. RECORDS: St. Henry 4-4-2, Dixie Heights 6-5.

VILLA MADONNA 2, LUDLOW 1, PKs – Senior Alex Hengge made three saves in penalty kicks as the Blue Lightning finished second in their district.

Junior midfielder Amanda Werner gave Villa Madonna the first-half lead 15 minutes into the match, but Panthers senior Breeann Bailey tied it 14 minutes later.

Sophomores Becky Rice and Lexie Aytes converted their penalty kicks, and junior Paulette Moser knocked in the clinching PK at the end of the fourth round.

HALFTIME: 1-1. GOALS: VM—Werner. L—Bailey. RECORDS: Villa Madonna 7-4-3, Ludlow 5-5.

RYLE 3, BOONE COUNTY 0 – The Raiders scored three second-half goals to earn the win, but they lost junior goalie Emily Hayes to a facial injury.

Hayes came out with 17 minutes remaining after being struck after coming out to play a ball. Freshman Allie Ast took over in net, completing Ryle’s fourth straight shutout.

Raiders junior Lauren Duggins recorded a goal and an assist.

HALFTIME: 0-0. GOALS: R—Davenport, Duggins, Anderson. SHUTOUT: Hayes and Ast (12 saves). RECORDS: Ryle 8-2-1, Boone County 11-4-1.

CAMPBELL COUNTY 2, HARRISON COUNTY 0 – Junior forward Abby Vandergriff and senior forward Natalie Visse scored to key the Camels’ win.

Vandergriff left-footed a shot in off a feed to the middle of the field by freshman forward Natalie Faust 16 minutes into the match.

Visse’s high blast from 30 yards out extended the lead for Campbell County, which has won seven straight matches and is unbeaten in its last 10 (9-0-1).

HALFTIME: 1-0. GOALS: CC—Vandergriff, Visse. SHUTOUT: Schroers (1 save). RECORDS: Campbell County 11-1-1, Harrison County 7-3-1.

CONNER 3, HOLY CROSS 0 – Sophomore forwar Carly Noel set up the Cougars’ first two goals.

The match was scoreless at halftime, but Conner junior forward Kierra Dages scored the first goal, and she earned an assist on the final goal.

Cougars senior Gabby Saalfeld stopped five shots to pick up her first shutout of the year.

HALFTIME: 0-0. GOALS: C—Dages, Johnston, VonLehman. SHUTOUT: Saalfeld (5 saves). RECORDS: Conner 3-8-2, Holy Cross 5-8-1.

NOTRE DAME 5, SIMON KENTON 0 – Senior midfielder Meg Berberich found the net twice and earned an assist on another goal in the Pandas’ win.

Sophomore midfielder Ashley Justice opened the scoring for Notre Dame, scoring on a header 11 minutes into the first half.

HALFTIME: 4-0. GOALS: ND—Berberich 2, Justice, Sherrard, Combs. SHUTOUT: Hansel and Kim (0 saves). RECORDS: Notre Dame 10-2-2, Simon Kenton 7-6-2.

BROSSART 6, SCOTT 0 – Junior Nicole Goderwis scored twice, and senior midfielder Cori Ziegler netted a goal and assisted on another to pace the Mustangs.

For Ziegler, it was her team-leading 11th helper.

Senior goalkeeper Sarah Futscher turned nine shots aside to earn her first full-match shutout of the season.

HALFTIME: 2-0. GOALS: B—Goderwis 2, Graus, Ziegler, Stadtmiller, Linebach. SHUTOUT: Futscher (9 saves). RECORDS: Brossart 9-3, Scott 5-7-1.

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