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Martin Methodist ends LWC Women's Soccer winning streak

By Kyle Jackson

Pulaski, TN - The No. 11 Lindsey Wilson women's soccer team (7-2, 7-2 Mid-South Conference) saw their six-game unbeaten run come to an end Sunday afternoon after losing 6-1 to No. 5 Martin Methodist (Tenn.).

The RedHawks (14-0, 8-0 MSC), who remain unbeaten this season, pushed the tempo of the match throughout the entire game, outshooting the Blue Raiders 27-10 with a 18-6 shot on goal mark. Eveljn Frigotto was called into action quite often for the Blue Raiders as the senior made 8 eight saves on the afternoon.



It only took 13 minutes for Martin Methodist to open the scoring as Adisa Amang finished a through pass into the box from Estelle Badoedana Ekada. Amang grabbed her second goal later in the first half with a shot from the outside of the box that found the top corner to grab an early 2-0 lead.

The Blue Raiders got a goal back in the 37th minute after a free kick from Claudia Santillan Escobar found Emma Lindell in the box who brought the ball down and slotted it past Gabby Kennedy for her first goal of the season.

The RedHawks were not phased by the Blue Raider goal as they went on to score two more before the half with Ekada getting on the score sheet in the 41st minute followed by Amang who completed her first half hat-trick in the 45th minute for the 4-1 halftime score.

Into the second half, Amang kept scoring for the RedHawks, finishing a chance in the 62nd minute to put the RedHawks up 5-1 before Emily McNeill got in on the action, scoring her first goal of the season in the 77th minute for the 6-1 lead.

Beatriz Rodrigues scored her first career goal for the Blue Raiders in the 80th minute when she found a pass in the box, skipped past the goalkeeper and rolled it into the empty net for the final score of 6-2.

The Blue Raiders return to Walter S. Reuling Stadium for their next match on March 23 when they take on Cumberland (Tenn.). Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. CT.


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