“Our attack came out strong this game and was really meshing well together,” Mustangs coach Faye Brust said. Lydia Cassilly led the attack with 10 goals. Kirsten Schleicher and Shelby Sullivan followed with four goals apiece and Kaitlyn Bajkowski added three goals and five assists.
Molly Re and Kellyann Coccia scored five goals each to pace Tech scoring. Madison Partridge and Jordan Strang each scored two.
Kayla Olmstead had two assists for Tech, while Cobras with one assist each were Re, Caroline Proctor and Alexa Baldwin.
Mustangs goalie Sawyer Graham came up with seven saves and Caleigh Kohr came on to make five. “Our defense played solid 1 v 1 defense and had great pressure on their attackers,” Brust said. “Overall it was a great game to watch our attack moving the ball and finding the best option to score.”
Tech played two goalies with Mia Courtalis making seven saves and Jayci Carll adding four.
Re, eight, and Partridge, seven, led Tech in draw controls.
Rams tie Indians
Edgewood (1-3-1) battled host North East (0-5-1) to a 9-9 tie Thursday in UCBAC play. The game was stopped when parks and rec was scheduled to use the field for soccer, according to Rams coach Matt Rankin.
Caris Cianelli and Riley Anderson scored three goals each to lead the Rams. Delaney Mezan, Phoebe Calero and Ashley Sealy added a goal apiece.
Eagles finally play
Aberdeen, which was hit with COVID issues just as the season was to begin, finally played its first game Thursday. The Eagles (0-1) were beaten at Rising Sun (4-2), 16-1, in UCBAC play.