Lady Outlaws unbeaten in soccer
Last updated 9/19/2023 at 10:35am
The Lady Outlaws continued their domination on the soccer field as they bested Siuslaw at home 6-0 and two days later posted a 6-0 win against the Eagles at Santiam Christian on Friday.
In Tuesday’s action Juhree Kizziar scored two goals for Sisters in the first half. Kizziar opened the Outlaw scoring spree just five minutes into the contest. Izzy Schiller passed the ball off to Kizziar, who finished with a one-touch into the back of the net. Kizziar scored again at the 25-minute mark. Ella Eby and Katie Ryan also scored goals and at the half the Outlaws were on top 4-0.
In the second half Marley Holden scored a clean-up goal off an order kick, and at the 60-minute mark Lilly Sundstrom finished the Outlaws’ scoring off an assist from Tallis Grummer.
Coach Brian Holden said, “Lilly is understanding her role as a winger and when to cut to the inside for a shot, and she was rewarded today.”
The game against the Vikings allowed the Outlaws to get subs into the game and get valuable minutes on the field. Holden noted Grummer, Maddie Taylor, and Rylie Bick.
“Tallis did a good job feeding the midfield, and Maddie and Rylie are fast and powerful players and I like the physicality they’re bringing to the team,” said Holden.
Although Siuslaw had made improvements in their game since last season, the Outlaws maintained complete possession and momentum throughout the entire game. They are currently undefeated with a 3-0 league record and 4-0 overall.
On Friday the Outlaws traveled to Santiam Christian and once again walked off the field with a shutout.
The Outlaws did a great job of attacking the goal, and found through balls to multiple players.
Kizziar, Davis, Ryan, Grummer, Sundstrom, and Bick each scored a goal for Sisters. Kizziar also recorded three assists and Izzy Schiller had one.
Holden said, “It was great to see goals coming from the younger players. It was nice to see them starting to know their roles on the field, yet still having the ability to play other positions. It says something about a team when everyone has the ability to score, and having so many different threats will make it challenging for other teams.”
“Shae Wyland, Maggie Lutz, Ella Eby, and Ava Riehle all did a great job keeping another clean sheet,” added Holden.
Sisters was to play at Elmira on Tuesday, September 19. They will play at home against La Pine on Thursday, September 21.