Girls JV Soccer
|South River High School||10|
Playing their fourth consecutive away game, the Seahawks traveled to Annapolis to face the Panthers of Annapolis High School. South River jumped to a quick lead when Gabby Holbert took a pass from Mary Giaimo and scored 29 seconds into the game. Five minutes later Holbert scored off an assist from Caitlyn "Bam-Bam" Gibson for a 2-0 lead. Gibson got on the board herself taking an assist from Ashley Tarjick four minutes later for a 3-0 lead. This was quickly followed by Holbert recording a hat trick twelve minutes into the game scoring unassisted. The Panthers keeper made numerous saves keeping the Seahawks off the scoreboard for the next twenty-one minutes. At that time Elizabeth Bills scored off a corner kick from Holbert shooting past the outstretched hands of the Panthers keeper into the left corner of the goal for a 5-0 lead, which they took into halftime. The second half started with South River continuing their constant pressure on the Annapolis goalkeeper when Bills assisted Maddie Bonzella for a 6-0 lead two minutes into the half. At the 44 minute mark, Amanda Parmele crossed a corner kick into the box which was taken by Tarjick who hit a hard shot over the keeper for a 7-0 lead. Gibson tallied her second goal of the game off another corner kick from Holbert eight minutes later. Five minutes later Holbert recorded her third assist of the game to go with her three goals when she crossed another corner kick into the box which was headed into the goal by Rebecca McClenahan to push the lead to 9-0. The final score of 10-0 was reached one minute later with McClenahan assisting Kelsey Racette for her first goal of the game. South River dominated the play with thirty shots on goal and not allowing a single shot from the Annapolis offense.