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Boys Soccer

Lady Rams post 2 losses and 1 win

| Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014, 9:01 p.m.
Ligonier’s Emma Ferlan (29) maneuvers the ball.
photo 9/27/2014 Weller Field
Bill Pribisco | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
Ligonier’s Emma Ferlan (29) maneuvers the ball. photo 9/27/2014 Weller Field

The Ligonier Valley girls soccer team ended up on the wrong side of a 3-1 score against AAA Hollidaysburg on Sept. 30.

For the first half, Hollidaysburg only converted two chances and would go into the half up 2-0.

In the second half, Hollidaysburg scored in the third minute to make it 3-0,

Molly Horrell scored a goal off of a Jessica Anto assist to make it a 2-1 game with 20 minutes to play. Defenders Nicole Cramer and Madie Glista recorded 31 dispossessions each. Emily Long led the way with 22 passes followed by Emma Ryan with 20.

Ligonier suffered a 4-0 loss to Moshannon Valley on Oct. 1.

Moshannon scored 34 goals in the first 20 minutes. Cramer, Bekah Pleskovitch and Glista played strong defensive games for LV.

Thursday afternoon, LV overcame allowing an early goal Oct. 3 to get back on the winning track with a 6-1 win against Greater Johnstown Trojans.

Ligonier scored first when Rachel Adams found the back of the net off of a Anto assist and Ligonier was ahead 1-0 just two minutes into the game. Johnstown answered when Bloom collided with a Trojan player and the ball ended up in the back of the net for a 1-1 score.

Ligonier scored three goals in a 10-minute span to put the game away. Molly Horrell scored the first from an Long assist to make it 2-1. Anto then got two consecutive goals to add to her assist; first assisted by Zoe Bergman and the second also assisted by Long and it was 4-1 in the half.

Anto added a second assist in the second half to go with two goals when she set up Madee Lillicotch to make it 5-1.

All 29 girls started to see action in the game. The last goal was Nicole Cramer's first goal of the season from a Bergman assist to make it a 6-1 final.

Bloom made two saves. Sarah Meade, Glista, Bekah Pleskovitch, and Lexie Petrof all played well in victory for Ligonier Valley.

At 7-5, LV need just one more win to clinch a trip back to the post-season.

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