By Ben Norfolk Posted October 14, 2009
The Lowry girls came out ready to play on Saturday, October 10. They beat the Yerington Lions 6-0
Sydnie Sundahl scored the first goal of the game in the 17th minute of the first half. Sundahl beat the Lion’s keeper with a shot into the right side of the net.
“The game went really well, everyone was doing good, everyone was talking. It was better than our Battle Mountain game and we worked as a team this time,” said junior Virginia Castillo.
Jasmine Cisneros scored the second goal of the game with a shot that seemed to slip right over the goalkeeper’s hands. The goal came in the 24th minute of the first half.
In the 39th minute, Abbey Haaglund put the Buckaroos up by three.
Sundahl added her second goal of the day in the 13th minute of the second half. Sundahl picked up a loose ball that had been dumped into the Lion goal box and slipped the shot by the keeper.
Freshman Kendal Madden scored Lowry’s fifth in the 30th minute of the second half. As Sundahl had done before, Madden was able to beat the Lion defenders and scored on a breakaway.
Ashlee Jenkins capped the scoring in the final minutes of the game. Jenkins was able to beat the Yerington keeper on a penalty kick.
The Lady Bucks played at home against the Sparks Railroaders on Tuesday details were not available at press time.