WARSAW – The Warsaw girls soccer team shared the wealth in a big way Thursday night.
A total of 10 different players scored goals as the host Tigers rolled past Columbia City by a 10-0 final at WCHS.
The Tigers built a 7-0 halftime lead in the non-conference match.
Liz Van Wormer led the way with a goal and three assists for the winners, who improve to 7-1 on the season.
Warsaw also got goals from Clair Snodgrass, Brenna Shipley, Alex Koontz, Brooklyn Jackson, Rachel McClelland, Megan Kratzsch, Sydney Wiedeman, Mariah Rivera and Alyssa Atkins in the victory.
The quartet of Pam Miller, Shipley, Atkins and Wiedeman each also had one assist for the Tigers.
“The headline for tonight’s win should be “10 goals by 10 girls”,” said Warsaw coach Peter Lucht in an email.
“Never in my 10 years of coaching have I ever seen or heard of such a thing. I think that it speaks to the character and the unselfishness of the players, that they would continue to work so hard; not for themselves, but for each other. I am so proud of each of them, and I want them to continue to strive to put the team above themselves. God has blessed us incredibly, and I am just so thankful.”
The Warsaw junior varsity team posted a 6-0 win over the Eagles. Tisge Berelsman and Cristel Vindel each had two goals for the JV Tigers, while Greer Smith and Kennedy Patton each had one. Notching assists were Jessica Keyes, Kaitlin Whitaker and Lexi Myers for the winners, who improve to 6-1-1.
Warsaw will host Fort Wayne Snider on Monday.