Women’s soccer scored early and often in their win over the Lady Mavs.
Five different Lady Cats scored and five more assisted on goals as Sulphur Springs demolished Marshall 11-0 on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at Gerald Prim Stadium.
Anna Williams, assisted by Beita Palomino put the first one in the net just 65 seconds into Tuesday’s game.
Williams finished the win over Marshall with four goals scored and an assist.
Kylie Clark also got a hat trick versus the Lady Mavs. She scored the second goal in the game (assisted by Haylee Schultz) and scored the first two goals in the second half to give Sulphur Springs a gigantic 10-0 lead over Marshall.
Williams scored her second goal thanks to an assist from Emily Soto, and put another one in thanks to Clark on the assist.
Schultz scored two of her own, both in the first half and was assisted by Angel Cruz and Bryanna Ruiz. Ruiz is one of the many freshman and JV players who have been moved up to varsity due to starters out with injuries.
The freshman scored a goal of her own in between Schultz’s two first half goals, assisted by Williams.
Williams followed up the assist on goal with her fourth goal, on an assist from Addy Jones.
Kendall Ferrill, assisted by Vanessa Wayne, put the nail in the coffin as Sulphur Springs blew out and shut out Marshall 11-0 at home on Tuesday, Feb. 8.
Tuesday’s win over the Lady Mavs gives women’s soccer their first win in district, with their record now at 4-9-2 (1-3 district).
Coach Javier Aguayo and his squad have another tough test ahead of them Friday when they travel to Longview to take on the Lady Pirates (2-1 district).
That game kicks off at Pine Tree on Friday, Feb. 11 at 7:15 P.M.