Girls Soccer: Douglas wins vs. North Valleys

Posted By on October 9, 2013

Special to the Carson Valley Times

The Douglas High girls soccer program enjoyed a successful afternoon against North Valleys in Minden on Tuesday.

Douglas’ varsity won 6-0, maintaining its unbeaten record, and the JV won 5-0.

In the first half, Tiffany Roberts scored from a pass from Sam Crawford and  Alissa Holley scored from a pass from Kassidy Freitas.

Holley scored from another pass from Crawford in the second half.  Roberts scored unassisted, Crawford scored unassisted and then Holley scored unassisted.

Against Wooster last week, Emily Lawrence scored from an assist from Gabby Vega in the first half.  Caitlin Bidart scored a goal from an assist from Karla Meza.  Hannah Schweigert  scored without an assist and Holley scored from a pass from Sam Crawford.

In the second half Sam Crawford scored from a pass from Lexie Von Schottenstein, Holley scored on an assist from Crawford and then scored again from a pass from Von Schottenstein.  Megan Sheets scored a goal from a pass from Von Schottenstein as well.
 
Carson tied with Galena, giving the Lady Tigers control of its own destiny in the league title race if they can win out.
 
“In my mind the Galena game is probably going to be the hardest game we have played yet this season,” Douglas coach Jenny Jaggard said.  “Galena was an undeveloped team the first time we played them.  This time around things are going to be different.  How our team handles the pressure is going to be a very strong indicator of whether or not we are on track to win league.”

In the junior varsity game, Megan Sando, Payson Coverley, Hannah Mora, Jillyan Jacobson and Demi Bera accounted for the goals.

Megan Sando had an assist as the team put 28 shots on goal.  Goalie Morgan Weston posted the shutout with Sydney Woodward, Aimee Santos, Baylee Robinson, Jena Schramm and Julia Weston anchoring the defense.