The Miami Trace Lady Panthers soccer team opened its Senior Night with all 10 seniors on the field Tuesday against Dayton Ponitz.
Miami Trace won the match, 7-0.
“We possessed the ball well tonight and were able to shutout Ponitz,” Miami Trace head coach Caitlin Francis said.
Macy Creamer scored first for Miami Trace with 16:31 left in the opening half with the assist from Becca Ratliff.
Krissy Ison scored a second goal for the Lady Panthers for a 2-0 halftime lead.
Miami Trace came out strong in the second half with a breakaway by Ratliff resulting in a goal.
Natalee Payton scored with an assist by Tori Evans followed by a second goal from Creamer.
Emily Powell scored from a breakaway and Reagan Barton scored the seventh goal with another assist from Evans.
Khenadi Grubb had three saves in the goal for Miami Trace.
“We played well as a team tonight and it was exciting for this senior group to end their last home game with a shutout,” Francis said.
Miami Trace’s seniors are: Cassidy Tolliver, Destiny Schook, Xuexin Shi, Morgan Leasure, Brooke Heinz, Jillian Sollars, Kasi Payton, Lenza Williamson, Morgan Miller and Jordan Bernard.
Miami Trace is now 5-10 overall with their last regular season game at Lynchburg-Clay Thursday at 5 p.m.
Miami Trace will return to Highland County on Tuesday, Oct. 17 to open the Sectional tournament at Hillsboro. That match starts at 5 p.m.
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