QUINCY – The Quincy Oriole soccer team took home the championship of their own invitational on Saturday, defeating Bronson in the first round before rolling past Comstock in the championship.
In round one of the invitational it was Quincy defeating Bronson by the score of 8-0.
Quincy was led by Sami Hollenbaugh who had four goals in a tremendous effort.
Also adding to the Oriole win was Sam Hagaman with one goal; Abigail Harmon with a goal and two assists; Abby Hinds with a goal and two assists; and Hailey Hinds with one goal.
Danica Swift notched the shut out after making four saves in goal.
After the win versus Bronson it was Quincy moving on to the championship finale to face Comstock.
Quincy rolled to the championship, defeating Comstock by the score of 10-4.
Sam Hagaman had a monster game in the Oriole championship effort, banging home five goals.
Also scoring for Quincy was Sami Hollenbaugh with two goals; Kallie Glei with two goals; and Abby Hinds with one goal and two assists.
“The girls were on track with their communication and passing today,” said Quincy head coach Ivan Swift.
Quincy will look to ride their weekend momentum on Tuesday when they travel to Springport.
Coldwater drops heartbreaker to Western
COLDWATER – The Coldwater Cardinal soccer team dropped a heart breaker to Parma Western this past Friday, falling by the score of 1-0.
The game was scoreless for much of the contest until Western was able to bang home a goal with less than five minutes left in the contest.
Parma Western managed to out shoot Coldwater 26-9 in them are with Taylor Robinson notching a tremendous 13 saves in goal.
“It was an amazing team effort, the girls deserved a better result tonight,” said Coldwater head coach Keith Johnson. “Field conditions were horrible and we could not find a way to put the ball in the back of their net. We didn’t capitalize on some key chances but these girls keep fighting to be their best. My goal was to get us so we are more competitive in a very difficult Interstate 8 conference for soccer. We have done that, but we now have to get to the next level to move the case games to wins or ties. ”
With the tough loss Coldwater falls to 8-4 overall on the year and 1-4 in the Interstate 8.
In JV action the Coldwater JV Cardinals fell to Parma Western 8-0.