Girls Soccer: Recaps
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Girls Soccer: Ipswich and Georgetown Battle to Stalemate
Fighting the heat as well as each other, the Tigers and Royals battled to a scoreless tie Wednesday in Georgetown. While there was no scoring, both sides saw solid play.
For Ipswich, Carter King had six six shots on target and routinely put the Georgetown backs under pressure. Lauren Waters and Katie Rokes both had strong opening showings at outside midfield, working forward and getting involved in the Ipswich attack. Cate Phypers locked the Georgetown strikers down defensively. Keeper Cayla Greenleaf made 7 solid saves while anchoring Ipswich's back line in the scoreless draw.
The Tigers will host Hamilton-Wenham in their home opener on Friday at 3:45 pm.
Girls Soccer: North Reading Edges Hamilton-Wenham
Juliette Nadeau scored twice for North Reading as the Hornets defeated Hamilton-Wenham 2-1 on the road today. Jerlin Kaithamattam assisted on both goals, and Alyssa Crugnale made 11 saves in goal for North Reading.
The win moves the 4-2-1 Hornets into a tie for second place with Newburyport in the Kinney division.
Girls Soccer: Indians Blank Ipswich
After losing their last three games, the Indians improved to 2-3 with a win at home against Ipswich. Chelsea Lynch scored twice for Amesbury with Alyssa Pettet netting a goal as well. Ashley Pettet collected a pair of assist. Goalie Alli Napoli made 5 saves in the Indians' 3-0 victory.
Amesbury plays on the road at Hamilton-Wenham next Tuesday, while Ipswich (1-4) will host NEC foe Danvers Monday afternoon.
Girls Soccer: Newburyport Gets Back in Win Column
After playing to a scoreless tie at Manchester-Essex on Monday, Newburyport improved to 4-1-1 with a solid 3-1 on the road at Lynnfield. The Clippers' goals were scored by Sami Kelleher, Margaret Cote, and Colleen Byron.
Both teams are off until next Tuesday, when Newburyport will play North Reading at home and Lynnfield (3-2) will travel to Pentucket.
Girls Soccer: Hornets Sting Tigers
North Reading traveled to Ipswich Monday afternoon, picking up their third win of the season with a 4-1 victory over the Tigers. With the win N.R. improves to 3-1, while Ipswich falls to 1-3.
Juliette Nadeau scored twice for the Hornets in the first twenty minutes, with assists credited to Karlie Vesey, Joanna Kellogg, and Kiley McCarthy. Ipswich's Caroline Ivanon found the net in the 27th minute to cut the lead in half.
However Jerlin Kaithamattam, on an assist by Nadeau, would push the lead back to two as she scored just before the first half ended. Vesey would get the final goal for the Hornets, on another assist from Nadeau.