Girls soccer: Masuk thumps Stratford

Masuk High’s girls soccer team built a 4-0 halftime lead on its way to a 5-1 triumph over host Stratford at Penders Field on Monday night.

Kacey Lawrence scored three goals to lead the way. Christina Moniz and Susan Matthews also scored for the Panthers.

Lawrence opened the scoring less than nine minutes into the game, off an assist from Madison Samperi. Lawrence added her second goal, unassisted, just over nine minutes after her first. It was 2-0 Masuk with 22:04 left in the opening half.

Moniz extended the lead off a corner kick, and Lawrence finished off her hat-trick effort late in the opening half when she drilled a shot from the top of the 18-yard box, on the right side, just under the crossbar.

Matthews, one of Masuk’s top defenders, got into the offensive act with a one-timer redirection off Megan Omeara’s corner kick in the second half.

Stratford’s Taylor Lubas scored, from the right side, on a blast to the far side of the goal after taking a cross from Amelia Overby.

Masuk goalkeepers Madison Kobza and Sarah Pfau combined to make nine saves.

Stratford keeper Helen LeFever stopped eight shots.

The Panthers had eight corner kicks and Stratford had six corners.
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