By Rongi Yost

Girls soccer notches two more wins


Last updated 10/18/2022 at Noon

The Lady Outlaws continued to roll over league foes last week, with an 8-0 shutout at home against a young and inexperienced Siuslaw squad on Monday, October 10, and three days later a 3-0 shutout on the road at Santiam Christian.

In Tuesday’s game the Outlaws scored seven goals in the first 25 minutes of the contest and at the half held an 8-0 lead. Since the Outlaws were up by eight, the game was called and came to an end.

The Outlaws were able to move the ball around the field with ease, get balls to the corner, and finish in front of the goal.

Marley Holden led the charge with a hat trick, and one assist. Juhree Kizziar tallied two goals and one assist, and Izzy Schiller, Lily Sundstrom, and Ella Davis each scored one goal.

Coach Brian Holden told The Nugget that the Outlaws’ accuracy was much better than in previous games, and noted the play of Lily Sundstrom and Ella Davis.

“It was great to see Lily and Ella cutting to the inside and creating opportunities for themselves,” said Holden.

Holden also noted that the defense has been trying out people in different positions and working on getting people forward. He stated that Analise Backus and Ella Eby are both doing a great job of doing that.

In the Outlaws’ match-up at Santiam Christian on Thursday, the Lady Eagles pressed hard and created a couple of close opportunities, but goalie Josie Patton was there and made great saves.

Sisters weathered the Eagles’ attacks, settled in, and in the 30th minute Tatem Cramer scored with an assist from Becca Clausen. Clausen beat her opponent, cut to the inside, and laid the ball off to Cramer, who one-touched it with a powerful shot down the middle for the score.

At the half the Outlaws held a 1-0 advantage.

The Outlaws scored their second goal of the contest 25 minutes into the final half. Sundstrom won the ball, and dished off a nice pass to Holden, who knocked it in from 18 yards out.

At that point the Lady Eagles’ hopes started to diminish. Momentum shifted to the Outlaws, and they controlled the ball and played generous the remainder of the contest.

With 10 minutes left on the clock, Clausen scored an unassisted goal to put the Outlaws on top 3-0, and the score held until the final whistle.

Coach Holden said that Izzy Schiller, in particular, played great.

Holden said, “Izzy’s work rate and intensity in the middle was just outstanding, and she causes the other girls to rise to her level.”

Holden also told The Nugget that Becca Clausen played her wing role to perfection.

The Outlaws are still undefeated in league play. They’ve scored 60-plus goals against their opponents and have only been scored on three times.

Sisters was to play at home against Elmira on Monday, October 17. They will wrap up league play at Central Linn on Wednesday, two days later.


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