The College Station Lady Cougars won their final game in the Dripping Springs Invitational by defeating Clemens 2-1 Saturday morning.
Clemens opened the scoring 25 minutes into the match with a high shot over the keeper’s head. Ten minutes later, Olivia Riechman received a throw in from Elie Dang and cut the ball back across the face of the goal to teammate Shaley Lewis, who scored her first varsity goal for the Cougs.
In the second half, Riechman intercepted a Clemens pass in their defensive end and beat the goalie one on one to score the game winner. Olivia Fox played well in the goal to preserve the win.
College Station (3-3) will travel to Georgetown next weekend for the Governor’s Cup, opening against Mansfield on Thursday morning at 9am.
The Cougar JV finished 1-1-1 in the Belton Blast tournament on Saturday. Their first game was against Bastrop and the Cougs came out on top with a score of 4-0.
Kylie McRaven had 2 goals, with Kalan Breedlove and Jenna Black each scoring one goal. Robin Loopstra had an assist, and Mackenzie Martin recorded the shutout in goal.
The Cougs tied Lake Travis 0-0 in their second game of the day. Martin had 5 saves to hold Lake Travis scoreless.
In the last game of the day, the Cougars played Belton and came up short with a score of 1-0.
The Cougar JV’s next game will be against the Vikings at Bryan High on Friday, January 17th at 5:30.
The College Station Lady Cougars lost to Boerne Champion 1-0 in a
heartbreaker Friday morning in Dripping Springs.
Champion had the strong wind to their backs in the first half, but were unable unable
to finish any of their five shots.
In the second half, the Cougars pressed forward, but with just under six minutes in the match Champion had a breakaway on a counterattack and slid the ball past the College
College Station (2-3) will play Clemens Saturday morning at 9 a.m.to finish out the tournament.
The College Station High School Lady Cougar soccer team dropped a tough match Thursday against Pflugerville Weiss, 1-2, at the Dripping Springs Invitational.
Weiss had the strong wind at their back in the first half, and they took full advantage of it, scoring both of their goals in the first period. One goal came from a corner kick, and the other was in the run of play following a nice combination play.
Despite having several more chances in the second period than they did in the first, the Cougars were unable to score until less than five minutes remained in the match. Lauren Hanik placed a corner kick right in the area where Olivia Fox was able to replay it into the air. Zoe Bullard found the ball with her head and knocked it into the back of the net.
College Station (2-2) will face Boerne Champion Friday morning at 9 am at Dripping Springs High School.
— Stoney Pryor