Suwannee Democrat

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November 12, 2012

Girls soccer outplays Hamilton County

Live Oak — Both the JV and varsity Lady Bulldogs began their regular season at home on Tuesday night, Oct. 30 facing Hamilton County. 


The varsity team is led this year by captains Grace Brett, Leigh Durden & Meghan Tyrell. They did well  also as the team had a combined 20 shots on goal. 


Their scoring details are as follows: Kelsey Parlato scored one goal, Riley Walczak scored two goals and had one assist, captain Grace Brett scored three goals and had one assist. Hamilton County scored one goal with 42 seconds left in the game to make the final score 6-1.

This year’s JV team is led by captains Adrianna Canjay, Poala Gonzalez and Maria Herrera and features 11 new or first time players out of the 18 on the team.


The team had a combined 24 shots on goal and the scoring details are as follows: Shan Johnson had two goals and one assist, Zulema Quiterio had two goals, Rebecca Alban had one goal. Patricia Jurado had two goals and two assists in her first soccer game ever. There was one goal scored by the opponent in Suwannee’s net for a final of 8-0.

To Hamilton’s credit, they played hard and had no subs available.

 

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