By John Lachmann
Notre Dame and Campbell County entered Monday with just two losses each this season.
So appropriately, neither team suffered a defeat when the teams met in Alexandria as they played to a 0-0 tie.
Junior Bryanna Schroers stopped 11 shots to earn the shutout for the Camels, her ninth of the season and her seventh in Campbell County’s last 10 matches.
Schroers dove right to deny a potentially game-winning shot with two minutes remaining in the second half on a break from midfield.
Junior Courtney Hansel and sophomore Maddy Kim teamed up for the Pandas’ shutout, the team’s 11th of the year.
HALFTIME: 0-0. SHUTOUTS: CC—Schroers (11 saves). ND—Hansel and Kim (1 save). RECORDS: Campbell County 12-2-2, Notre Dame 12-2-3.
RYLE 3, ST. HENRY 0 – A pair of freshman helped lead the Raiders to their seventh straight win, all of which have come by shutout.
Midfielder C. J. Grimes tallied a goal and an assist, and goalkeeper Allie Ast stopped seven shots for her second solo shutout of the season.
Senior forward Anavey Fangman opened the scoring seven minutes before halftime, and Grimes picked up the helper.
Grimes made it 2-0 in the 52nd minute, and senior midfielder Jill Davenport fed sophomore forward Emily Erdman for the clincher seven minutes later.
The Crusaders dropped their third straight match.
HALFTIME: 1-0. GOALS: R—Fangman, Grimes, Erdman. SHUTOUT: Ast (7 saves). RECORDS: Ryle 11-2-1, St. Henry 4-7-2.
NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 2, HIGHLANDS 1 – Junior midfielder Loren Zimmerman’s goal with six minutes left in the first half gave the Thoroughbreds the lead for good.
NewCath junior midfielder Michaela Ware scored in the first minute of the match off a feed from Zimmerman, but senior Ellie New knotted the score with 16 minutes remaining in the opening half.
Zimmerman scored the go-ahead goal on a header from 10 yards out on a pass from freshman forward Taylor Tolle.
HALFTIME: 2-1. GOALS: NCC—Ware, Zimmerman. H—New. RECORDS: NewCath 12-1-2, Highlands 4-6-3.
DIXIE HEIGHTS 6, BOONE COUNTY 2 – Sophomore midfielder Danielle Watt scored three times to pace the Colonels.
Watt’s first goal made it 3-1 late in the first half. Her other two markers came in the second half.
Senior striker Kylie Estes added a goal and an assist, and sophomore midfielder Madi Critcher picked up a pair of helpers in the Dixie Heights win.
HALFTIME: 3-2. GOALS: DH—Watt 3, Estes, Josselyn, Nemeroff. BC—Lehmkuhl, Black. RECORDS: Dixie Heights 7-5-1, Boone County 12-5-1.
SCOTT 2, COOPER 0 – Eagles junior Kristen Hedger turned five shots aside to earn her fifth shutout of the season.
Senior midfielder Jill Bunton opened the scoring, and senior striker Hannah Dixon extended the Scott lead to two.
HALFTIME: 2-0. GOALS: S—Buntin, Dixon. SHUTOUT: Hedger (5 saves). RECORDS: Scott 6-8-1, Cooper 3-10.
BROSSART 8, HOLY CROSS 0 – Junior forward Abby Anderson scored the first two goals of her career, and she set up another in the Mustangs’ win.
Senior midfielder Megan Dierig added three assists, and junior defender Jade Rauen also netted her first varsity goal for Brossart.
HALFTIME: 3-0. GOALS: B—Anderson 2, Goderwis, Ziegler, Verst, Boesch, Rauen, own goal. SHUTOUT: Futscher and Hundemer (3 saves). RECORDS: Brossart 11-3, Holy Cross 5-11-1.
CONNER 10, DAYTON 0 – Cougars sophomores forward Carly Noel and defender Jenna Brewer scored twice each.
Juniors midfielder Emma Bernesser and defender Camille Elliott added a goal and an assist as Conner extended its unbeaten streak to five matches (2-0-3).
HALFTIME: 8-0. GOALS: C—Noel 2, Brewer 2, Dages, Panella, VonLehman, Littrell, Bernesser, Elliott. SHUTOUT: Saalfeld (0 saves). RECORDS: Conner 4-8-3, Dayton 0-9-1.
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