Prep girls soccer: Indians score late to top Woodland

By From page B2 | March 08, 2014

WOODLAND — The Armijo High girls soccer team won a close 2-1 decision in a non-league match at Woodland, Friday.

Aly Bowers scored both goals for the Indians (5-1, 1-0 Monticello Empire League) – the first coming in the first minute of the game off an assist from Jackie Elder.

Woodland scored on a free kick to tie the game and Bowers scored in the 70th minute off of a crossing pass from Kaylyn Silva.

Freshman Taylor Morris was in the net for Armijo – playing all 80 minutes and having nine saves.

The Indians host Vacaville, Tuesday.

Benicia 2, Vanden 0: At Benicia, the Vikings allowed the Panthers one goal in each half, Thursday. Goalies Heather Walsh still had two saves, while Andrea Neal had one save.

Vanden coach Kayla Primas said the Vikings’ defense played well and made it hard for Benicia to score.

Solid defense came from Angelica Terry, Kristen Richards, Jaleena Hust and Sarah Lisenko.

Daily Republic staff


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