SAT., 09-07 GIRLS SOCCER RESULTS
September 9, 2013Northwest Montana A Conference
|COLUMBIA FALLS 3 BELGRADE 1
|POLSON 2 PARK 0
|BIGFORK 2 LIBBY 1*
|FRENCHTOWN 9 LOYOLA 0*
|BILLINGS CENTRAL 4 CORVALLIS 0
|LAUREL 3 STEVENSVILLE 2
Frenchtown 9, Loyola Sacred Heart 0
Sophomore Abby Teagle scored four goals to lead the Broncs past the Breakers in a Southern A contest in Missoula.
Brooke Yarnall added two goals for Frenchtown, which owned a 28-5 edge in shots on goal.
Loyola, 0-3, hosts Polson on Tuesday.
Frenchtown 8 1 – 9
Loyola 0 0 – 0
F – Abby Teagle, 4:00
F – Brooke Yarnall, 7:00
F – Yarnall, 14:00
F – Teagle, 21:00
F – Teagle, 26:00
F – Teagle, 33:00
F – Krista Hebnes, 35:00
F – Johnson, 37:00
F – Mitchell, 73:00
Shots on goal – Frenchtown 28, Loyola 5. Corner kicks – Frenchtown 3, Loyola 0. Saves – Frenchtown 5, Loyola 21. Total fouls – Frenchtown 6, Loyola 5. Yellow cards – none. Red cards – none.
* Some first names for Frenchtown were not available.
Polson 2, Livingston 0
At Polson, Tiara Duford scored one goal and assisted on the other in the Pirates’ nonconference win over the Rangers.
Keely Clairmont scored Polson’s first goal in the 35th minute with help from Duford.
Duford’s goal was unassisted and came in the 55th minute.
Polson keeper Monica Cleveland made four saves to earn the shutout.
Polson, 2-1, plays at Loyola Sacred Heart on Tuesday.
Livingston 0 0 – 0
Polson 1 1 – 2
P – Keely Clairmont (Tiara Duford), 35:00
P – Duford, 55:00
Shots on goal – Livingston 7, Polson 9. Corner kicks – Livingston 3, Polson 1. Saves – Livingston 8 (Olga Mogen), Polson 4 (Monica Cleveland). Total fouls – Livingston 1, Polson 3. Yellow cards – none. Red cards – none.
Columbia Falls 3, Belgrade 1
At Columbia Falls, the Wildkats picked up their first win, erasing a 1-0 halftime deficit in the Class A nonconference match.
Kelly Johnson scored the first Columbia Falls goal on a feed from Alexi Corbett in the 60th minute. Haley Purdy scored the go-ahead goal for the hosts in the 72nd minute and Tavia Bechtel added an insurance score late in the match.
Keeper Andrea Getts had four saves for the Wildkats (1-0-1).
Belgrade 1 0 – 1
Columbia Falls 0 3 – 3
B – Miranda Cameron, PK, 24:00
CF – Kelly Johnson (Alexi Corbett), 60:00
CF – Haley Purdy (direct kick), 72:00
CF – Tavia Bechtel (unassisted), 85:00
Shots on goal – Belgrade 8, Columbia Falls 18. Corner kicks – Belgrade 1, Columbia Falls 5. Saves – Belgrade 8 (Kendall Bethke), Columbia Falls 4 (Andrea Getts). Total fouls – Belgrade 3, Columbia Falls 9. Yellow cards – Columbia Falls 3.
Bigfork 2, Libby 1
BIGFORK — The Valkyries bounced back from two previous defeats to down Libby in a Northwestern A conference game.
Megan Pancoast opened the scoring in the 16th minute and Mattison McAnally gave Bigfork (1-2) a 2-0 lead with her goal in the 67th minute.
“The girls worked on their defensive strategy to get back in line and everything worked perfectly,” Bigfork coach Mike Marchetti said. “They held in there, didn’t let the two defeats keep them down and they came back fighting.”
Libby scored its goal in the 70th minute.
Libby 0 1 — 1
Bigfork 1 1 — 2
B - Megan Pancoast (unassisted), 16:00
B - Mattison McAnally (Ashley Hauss), 67:00
L - name not available, 70:00
Shots on goal - Libby 7, Bigfork 21. Saves - Libby 13 (Dannie Hawthorn), Bigfork 6 (Celeste Rehbein, Alyssa Beach-Wallen). Corner kicks - Libby 0, Bigfork 3. Fouls - Libby 4, Bigfork 5. Yellow cards - none. Red cards - none.
Billings Central 4, Corvallis 0
At Butte, Becca Shipp scored two goals to help the Rams stay unbeaten with a Class A nonconference win.
Shipp scored the first two goals of the match, coming in the 16th and 22nd minutes. Allie Lucas added a goal and two assists for Central (4-0).
Keeper Kira Doyle had 10 saves for Corvallis (0-2-2).
Bil. Central 3 1 – 4
Corvallis 0 0 – 0
BC – Becca Shipp (Allie Lucas), 16:07
BC – Shipp (Mariah Wittman), 22:55
BC – Maya Arce (Lucas), 34:28
BC – Lucas (unassisted), 43:23
Shots on goal – Central 14, Corvallis 1. Saves – Central 1 (Natalie Ruesegger), Corvallis 10 (Kira Doyle).
Laurel 3, Stevensville 2
Laurel (3-0-1) -- Lexi Lewis 20:00, Not available 58:00, Not available 58:00. Shots: 18. Goalie: Name not available, 4 saves.
Stevensville (0-2) -- Beth Ulrich (Hannah Dishman) 38:00, Sylvie Coston 71:00. Shots: 9. Goalie: Evie Tiplady, 15 saves.
Halftime: Laurel 1, Stevensville 1.
COLUMBIA FALLS 3 BELGRADE 1
SCORING FOR CFALLS WERE: PURDY, BECHTEL AND JOHNSON
SCORING FOR BELGRADE WAS CAMERON
Supplemental Soccer - Polson 2, Livingston (Park) 0
At Polson, the host Lady Pirates tangled toes with a physical Livingston Lady Rangers team, but were able to maintain the edge in fruitful footwork. Polson would score early into the first half around the 5 minute mark when Keely “the Kestrel” Clairmont punched in a ricochet off the left side crossbar from an initial attempt by frosh striker Tiara aka “T” Duford. Teed off about the troublesome trajectories of previous missed tries at the tantalizing target, Duford took a little off a subsequent shot on goal in the early going of the second half around the 45th minute mark that drifted into the upper left corner of the net to stake the Lady Pirates with a 2-0 lead that they would not relinquish. Twice Livingston initially appeared to net goals, one by either Jordan Devoto or Julia Deen around the 32nd minute mark and another by Jordan Coleman around the 69th minute mark, that could have tied the game for them. One of those came off a deflection, but both attempts were ruled offsides by the sideline judge. Senior Monica Cleveland handled goalkeeping duties the first half, while freshman Jenna Evertz guarded the box the second half. The Lady Pirates were fortunate that height doesn’t factor in as greatly when it comes to play performance on the pitch as half a dozen of the Lady Rangers measure up around 5-10 or thereabouts.
Girls soccer: Central 4, Corvallis 0
Central 4, Corvallis 0
BUTTE -- Becca Shipp scored two goals Saturday to help Billings Central stay unbeaten with a 4-0 Class A girls soccer win over Corvallis.
Shipp scored the first two goals of the game, coming in the 16th minute and 22nd minute.
Allie Lucas added a goal and two assists for Central (4-0). Maya Arce had a goal and Mariah Wittman had an assist for the Rams.
Central goalie Natalie Ruesegger had one save as the Rams outshot Corvallis 28-1 overall and 14-1 in shots on goal.
Central will play its first two home matches of the season this weekend, hosting Libby at 4 p.m. Friday and Columbia Falls at noon Saturday at Rocky Mountain College.
Central 4, Corvallis 0
Billings Central -- 1, Becca Shipp (Allie Lucas), 16:07; 2, Shipp (Mariah Wittman), 22:55; 3, Maya Arce (Lucas), 34:28; 4, Lucas (unassisted), 43:23. Shots: 28 (14 on goal). Goalie: Natalie Ruesegger, 1 save.
Corvallis -- Did not score. Shots: 1. Goalie: Kira Doyle, 10 saves.
Halftime -- Central 3, Corvallis 0.