Hartford edges Panthers with late goal


HALEY OLSEN (right) of Plymouth and Hartford’s Megan Zickert go after the ball during Thursday’s soccer game. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley HALEY OLSEN (right) of Plymouth and Hartford’s Megan Zickert go after the ball during Thursday’s soccer game. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – Monica Stephans scored the game-winning goal with only five minutes left as Hartford edged Plymouth, 1-0, in a girls soccer battle Thursday evening at Panther Field.

The nonconference defeat dropped the Panthers’ record to 10-5.

“It felt like a playoff game tonight. Both teams were competing for that game-winning goal. Unfortunately, we didn’t come out on top,” said Panther head coach Brad Feick.

“Hartford possessed the ball really well but we did generate scoring opportunities that weren’t con- verted. Defensively, we limited their offensive attack, even though they were able to control the ball.

“Our shots just didn’t hit their marks. Rather than five or six shots on goal, we had only two,” said Feick.


ELIZABETH BOLLAND (11), Plymouth forward, and Hartford’s Tia Tomashek fight for possession in Thursday’s soccer match. The Orioles’ Kirsten Opichka watches. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley ELIZABETH BOLLAND (11), Plymouth forward, and Hartford’s Tia Tomashek fight for possession in Thursday’s soccer match. The Orioles’ Kirsten Opichka watches. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley The Orioles had four shots on goal. PHS goalkeeper Sophie Hau made three saves. Hartford goalie Michaela Schenk had two.

HARTFORD 1

PLYMOUTH 0


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