Salado Lady Eagles won an intense match against their rivals Liberty Hill Lady Panthers 1-0 Feb. 26 on the road.
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Salado Lady Eagles, now ranked #1 in state by the Texas Girls Coaches Association, improved to 9-1 on the year with a 4-1 win over Gateway Prep on Jan. 26.
Salado Lady Eagles won the Killeen I.S.D. Invitational Soccer Tournament to start the season with a string of four wins.
With shutouts of Gateway Prep and Robinson, Salado Lady Eagles soccer team extended its win streak to 14 and won the first district game of the year.
Midfielder China Saxton kicked a goal in the final seconds of a tough match on the road at Lorena Jan. 27 to keep the Salado Varsity Lady Eagles’ perfect record intact last week. The following game Jan. 30 against Smithville wasn’t even close as the girls cruised to a 15-0 win.
“The girls worked hard to keep their record intact against a determined Lorena team, Coach Karen Ewton said of her now 10-0 Lady Eagles.
Saxton’s goal came on an assist from Outside Midfielder Reagan Morreale.
Also having an outstanding game in the defensive effort was Outside Midfielder Katey Ewton.
Salado blew past Smithville in a 15-0 road game win on Jan. 30.
Scoring for the girls were these: Forward Taylor Valeriano, four goals; Outside Midfielder Rebecca Gonzalez, two goals and three assists; Midfielder Sam Isbell, two goals and an assist; Morreale, two goals; Defensive mid/outside midfielder Annie Ewton, a goal and two assists; Saxton, a goal and two assists. Forwards Sara Wilkerson and Gema Vitolas, one goal each; Defensive Midfielder Blake Stephenson, one goal; Midfielder Dani Gantenbein, two assists and Outside Midfielder Jessica Ringstaff, one assist.
Goalkeeper Morgan Bird earned the shut out.
Salado Lady Eagles are undefeated after winning their own tournament Jan. 15-17 and handing 6A Killeen Lady Roos a defeat last week.
Salado varsity Lady Eagles won a shoot out with Stephenville High School 5-4 to win the Marble Falls soccer tournament last week.