Mustang girls soccer defeats Waterloo 2-1

Gary Pinneo
Penn Yan senior No. 8 Nichole Tuccio works against No. 17 Kiersten Adams of South Seneca.

Catherine Anderson scored a goal in the second half in Penn Yan on Wednesday to give the Mustangs a hard earned 2-1 victory over visiting Waterloo.  Penn Yan opened the scoring in the first half with a goal from Christina Brennan assisted by Kate Disbrow.  Brennan also picked up the assist on Anderson's game winning goal.  The goal tending duo of Hali Spoor and Meg Hopkins kept the Waterloo kickers at bay.  They combined to limit Waterloo to just a single goal, stopping 12 shots in this contest.

On Monday afternoon in Geneva, the Lady Mustangs were shutout by Geneva 1-0. 

They returned home on Friday to host Mynderse.  The Blue Devils scored a 3-1 triumph in this contest.  Chelsie Travis scored the solitary Penn Yan goal.  Hali Spoor and Meg Hopkins combined for 10 saves in this contest.  Penn Yan's season record stands at 3-9.

Dundee

In other girl's soccer action locally, Dundee was shutout by South Seneca 5-0 in Ovid on Monday afternoon. 

Colleen Fiorilla recorded 14 saves in this game. The next afternoon in Dundee, Honeoye walloped the Scots 9-1. Chris Chase scored the only Dundee goal.  The Lady Scots absorbed their third loss of the week in Brighton. 

The H.A.C Wolves edged Dundee 2-1 on Wednesday. Kali Day scored the Dundee goal. Colleen Fiorilla stopped 12 shots in goal.

On Friday afternoon in Romulus, the Seneca Lake Warriors defeated Dundee 3-2.  Danielle Morgan and Samantha Clingerman scored the Dundee goals.  Colleen Fiorilla recorded nine saves in the nets for Dundee (2-10).

Marcus Whitman

Marcus Whitman lost to Midlakes 3-2 in overtime on Wednesday. 

Meg Robson and Kara Horn tallied the Wildcat goals. Claudia Coleates recorded 13 saves in the tough loss. 

The Whitman girls also lost to Pal-Mac 4-1 in Palmyra on Friday. Meg Robson scored the Wildcat goal.  Claudia Coleates stopped 12 shots for Whitman (2-7-2).

Penn Yan senior No. 22 Kaili Meyers works against No. 9 Kristy Donaldson of South Seneca.