Suwannee Democrat

Sports

November 12, 2012

SHS soccer: 
Ladies varsity ties with Eastside, beats John Paul

Live Oak — The Suwannee High School junior varsity and varsity teams traveled to Gainesville Nov. 7 to play Eastside High School. 


The JV team continued their winning ways with a 4-1 win. The goal scored by Eastside came at nine minutes into the second half and was the first goal allowed by the JV defense and keeper Sierra Penney this season. The scoring was by Megan Letu who had two goals, Emily Watson had one assist, Shan Johnson scored one goal and Patricia Jurado had one goal and one assist.

The lady JV Dogs as of this game were 4-0.


The varsity team had a little tougher time with Eastside. They played a long, hard fought game to a 0-0 tie. Suwannee’s keeper Blakely Burch and the Eastside keeper made some great stops with the help of their defense. Special recognition needs to go to Suwannee’s sweeper, Christine Mabey, their right defender, Amanda Mabey, who was celebrating her 16th birthday, and the left defender, Esmarelda Gonzalez. 


The Suwannee Lady ‘Dogs varsity team played John Paul II Catholic from Tallahassee at home on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 11 a.m.


Suwannee had a total of 25 shots on goal in the game and the first goal came 17 minutes into the first half and the second was just two minutes later. Two more goals were scored by Suwannee, both in the second half but John Paul came back with one of their own with 10 minutes left in the game.


The final score was 4-1 Suwannee and the goals were scored by the following players: Kelsey Parlato, Riley Walczak who also had an assist, Grace Brett who had an assist and Denver Cameron also had an assist.


Suwannee’s record as of this game was 3-0-2 and  John Paul II Catholic’s was 2-3 on the season.
Both teams for Suwannee played again on Monday, Veterans Day, against Columbia at 5 and 7 p.m. They host Terry Parker in a district match Nov. 15. 


Come out and witness some great high school soccer and support your Suwannee Lady ‘Dogs.

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