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Bedford ladies end regular season with sweep of New Boston Huron
May 28, 2012Bedford High School
The Bedford varsity girls soccer team closed out its 2012 regular-season by rallying for a 3-2 win over visiting New Boston Huron Thursday night at the Bedford Soccer Stadium.
The Kicking Mules will take a four-game winning streak along with a 12-8-2 overall record into next Tuesday's home playoff game against Ann Arbor Huron.
Kelsey Wolcott of New Boston Huron scored the only goal of the first half, then put the Chiefs in front 2-0 with a goal in the 53rd minute.
Bedford sophomore Mia Stroud scored her fourth of the season in the 62nd minute making it a one-goal contest.
The Mules tied the contest just over three minutes later as junior Sydney Bourque took a pass from sophomore Jessica Kreger and buried her fifth goal of the campaign. Kreger moved into a tie for the team lead with six assists.
With just under 10 minutes remaining and Bedford playing short one player, Bourque tallied her second game-winning goal of the season after a nice build up by the Mules. Sophomores Abbey Oswald and Hannah Duschl earned assists on the game-winner. It was Oswald's team-best third game-winning assist of the year.
Bedford goalkeeper Cheyanne McCartney made four saves, but none in the second half as the Mules out-shot the guests 11-2 (6-1 in shots on goal) over the final 40 minutes. Lissa Kowalewski finished with nine saves for New Boston Huron.
The Bedford Junior Varsity soccer team concluded its 2012 season with a 5-0 victory over New Boston Huron to finish the year with a 12-6-2 record.
Freshman Taya Bailey scored twice in the first five minutes of the match, while sophomore Shelby Pope made it 3-0 in the seventh minute. Freshman Chelsea Bauders completed the first half scoring off an assist from classmate Morgan Futey. Junior Paige Madden tallied the lone goal of the second half.
Marley Brereton and Kelsey Stark combined for the shutout making a total of one save. Carley Ames was credited with 20 saves for the Chiefs.