The Lady Wildcats battled 100 degree heat index and some physical defenders in the game against the South Dearborn Knights.
The two teams were evenly matched and the Wildcats had a solid defensive line that wouldn’t break under pressure until an attacking player was left unmarked and tapped in a loose ball.
Regan Noble, Regan Barker, Halee Barker, Claudia Mauntel, Grayce Knapp,and Jaylee Creegar had a solid defending performance. Meadow Nobbe and Kaylin Knapp were very impressive in the midfield.
Halee Barker had 3 saves in the first half and Madisyn Kerr had 4 saves in the second half with a great goal keeping dynamic duo anchoring the Lady Wildcats.
Halee Barker also set the pace in the second half of the game having a break away that nearly tied the game with minutes left.