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Lady Wolves struggle early on the pitch

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August 29, 2016

WESSON – The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Soccer program started the 2016 season with three matches in the same amount of days. The team traveled to East Central to take on the Lady Warriors, hosted the Lady Rangers of Northwest, and traveled to Ridgeland to play the Lady Bulldogs. The Lady Wolves suffered losses in all three opening matches after injuries and lack of rhythm hurt the team.

Co-Lin 0, East Central 12

The Lady Wolves started strong against the Lady Warriors for the first 20 minutes of the match. Unfortunately, team captain Ashley Seelal, the heart of the Lady Wolf defense, went down with a hamstring injury. With Seelal out, the defense quickly imploded and East Central was able to score at will.

Co-Lin 2, Northwest 3

The Lady Rangers jumped out in front of the Lady Wolves quickly with a goal in the ninth minute of the match. RayAnn Montano, of Fazabad, Trinidad, scored an equalizer in the 29th minute for the Lady Wolves. With just two minutes left in the first half Mackenzie Fennell, of Northwest, netted a shot to the lower left corner to give the Lady Rangers a one shot lead heading into intermission. Montano put in her second goal of the match in the first minute of the second half off an assist from Raven Jones tying the game once again. Just 20 seconds later, Northwest put in a shot to give them a 3-2 lead. That score would hold for the remainder of the game as a defensive battle ensued.

Co-Lin 0, Holmes 5

The Lady Wolves struggled again on Saturday as injuries hindered the team. Co-Lin’s starting keeper Valeria Aglietti nursed an injury throughout the game that hampered her mobility. Without Aglietti, once again the Wolves’ defense collapsed and quickly conceded five goals.

           

The first three games of the year showed that when healthy and communicating the Lady Wolves can contend. Co-Lin is back on the pitch Tuesday, August 30 as they travel to Itawamba Community College to take on the Lady Indians at 2:00. Follow the action on Co-Lin Athletics’ Twitter account and at colinathletics.com.