Lady Indian kickers shut out McConnellsburg
Amanda Waltman recorded her fourth shutout of the year as the Berkeley Springs Girls Soccer team defeated McConnellsburg 5-0, on Saturday, September 22 in Berkeley Springs.
"I thought our girls played very well today and our defense was outstanding," said Berkeley Springs coach Rocky Riffle. "Considering that we only had one substitute, you could hardly ask for more. Rebecca Trump has been playing midfield since she returned from injury and is doing a great job. It was very unselfish of her to make that sacrifice, but I think it is paying off. And, I can't talk about defense without mentioning Brittany Fox. She is an outstanding defender and played a wonderful game today."
Meghan Mock was the offensive star of the day for Berkeley Springs, scoring three of the five goals. Michelle Williams and Jordan Reedy scored one goal each. Reedy and Booke Young had one assist each, while Trump was credited with two.
"We are still a little banged up," Riffle said. "Corrie (Riffle) has a knee problem, but we hope to have her back soon. I am pleased with our performance to date and think things look pretty good as we move forward."
The Indians head to Mercersburg Academy today, September 26, before taking on St. James Academy in Hagerstown this Saturday, September 29.
The Lady Indians are currently 5-4-2 on the year.