Goshen Girls 3, Warsaw 2
For the first time in two seasons, the Lady Tigers came up short in a NLC soccer match. Te team traveled up State Road 15 to Goshen with an unblemished 2-0 record in conference but took the trip home without improving on that mark.
The RedHawks got two first half goals from Alessandra Lozano to take a 2-1 lead into halftime. Warsaw would get the equalizer before Goshen’s Miriam Ruiz-Sanchez potted the game winner with just under two minutes remaining in the match.
In the JV contest, Warsaw defeated their hosts 2-1.
NorthWood Boys 8, Lakeland 0
The Panthers were in control from start to finish in their non-conference road contest with the Lakers.
No statistics were provided. The Panthers return to NLC action next Tuesday at Wawasee.
Winamac Boys 7, Lakeland Christian Academy 0
The Warriors took the long bus trip to Winona Lake on Tuesday evening and left with a whitewash of the Cougars.
The hosts were outshot by Winamac 19-5. The loss dropped LCA to 1-3 on the season.
“Winamac played brilliantly tonight,: said LCA coach Dan Miller. ” I give them a lot of credit for the lopsided score line. We’ve got a lot of areas that we need to improve on.”
Manchester Boys 8, Tippecanoe Valley 1
Valley hosted Manchester in a key conference game Tuesday night and came out on the short end 8-1. Manchester built a comfortable 6-0 lead in the first half and extended the lead to 8-0 with 17 minutes to go before Valley’s Caleb Petgen concluded the scoring by converting a penalty kick with roughly 9 minutes to play.
The Vikings had multiple first half opportunities to score but could not finish on four breakaways. Manchester took advantage of Valley’s misfortune and cashed in themselves, Valley played a better second half, but they will need to regroup quickly as they travel to Maconaquah on Thursday night to play another critical TRC contest.