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GIRLS SOCCER FINAL: Souderton 1, Pennridge 0— Andrew Robinson (@ADRobinson3) November 17, 2018
Averie Doughty her fourth goal in last three games, this one gives Souderton a state title pic.twitter.com/eVJLNTAkCB
Trophy time for Souderton pic.twitter.com/BIVjC5b7VV— Andrew Robinson (@ADRobinson3) November 17, 2018
Souderton Makes It to State Quarterfinals
November 6, 2018 - Souderton and Easton met under a dense fog at Upper Perkiomen High School Tuesday evening for the first round of state playoffs.
OCTOBER 2 -A repeat scoreline from the teams first meeting of the season, but a game in which Souderton looked much more in control of the match over CB West. Souderton started on the front foot and showed strong possession in the midfield earl one. Souderton's high pressure forced West to send the ball long with only a small number of chances getting behind Souderton's defense.
There were very limited goal scoring opportunities in the first half until sophomore Averie Doughty entered the match. In the final ten minutes of the half senior Sarah Readinger found Doughty with a long ball over the top of the defense. Doughty beat West's last defender with pace to go in on net 1-on-1 with the keeper and placed the ball in the back of the net to put her team up 1-0.
GIRLS SOCCER 6:55 1st half: Souderton 1, CB West 0— Andrew Robinson (@ADRobinson3) October 2, 2018
Averie Doughty runs down Sara Readinger’s ball over top and finishes pic.twitter.com/Se4dX0cDzr
At the start of the second half, Souderton looked to be on the front foot again and Doughty was on the end of a flurry of chances in the first 15 minutes and was a bit unlucky not to grab her second goal of the match. With about 13 minutes left in the half CB West had a quality chance to tie the game with a corner kick that was nodded just over the bar from close range.
That was all it took for Souderton to press even harder. With 11 minutes left, senior Erin O'Keefe found herself in some space on the wing and hit a cross towards the back post for the onrushing Souderton attack. The cross was over-hit and found its way into the far corner of the net for Souderton's second goal. Two minutes later Souderton was able to build up from the back as the defense played a ball to sophomore Taylor Yoder on the wing, who was able to make a smart turn on her defender and advance the ball further upfield. Yoder's ball down the line found senior Campbell Power, who took the dribbled to the endline and slotted a nice low cross to O'Keefe for her second goal of the match.
With the third goal Souderton closed out a convincing victory against a tough opponent at home.
(Written by Ian Smith)
June 2018- I'd like to welcome our new coaches to the Souderton Girls Soccer program. Dave McDonough will be our new Junior Varsity Coach. He is a Souderton alumni soccer player, currently coaches in our local communities, and also coaches track in the Spring. Ian Smith will be our new Varsity Assistant Coach. He is also a Souderton alumni soccer player and is currently studying to be a teacher. I look forward to the contributions both Ian and Dave will bring to this program!
May 2018 - As the new Head Coach of SAHS Girls Soccer, I am very excited to be leading a team of talented and hard-working players this coming Fall. I have been the JV Coach at SAHS since 2015 where I coached each of the girls currently in the program and each year has resulted in a strong and successful record. I will continue the high standard that has been set by former Head Coach Chris Felber, Assistant Coach Lexi Shumat, and Manager Todd Andrade and am ready to step up to Head Coach and bring out the best in each player so we can reach our fullest potential. I am supported by returning Manager, Andrade, and JV Coach, Dave McDonough, who are invaluable assets to the program and share in my desire to make this one of the best seasons for SAHS Girls Soccer. I am proud that Sara Readinger and Campbell Power, our 2018 Captains, will be helping us in this effort and am confident their examples will set a positive and motivating tone for the upcoming season. They will be flanked by our other strong incoming seniors and a roster filled with impactful underclassmen. I have seen a large and talented group of incoming freshman at our off-season practices and am excited for their forthcoming contributions to the program. HERE WE COME-Go Indians!
-Head Coach Lindsy Jones
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