The Southwestern Lady Trojans (6-6-1) jumped out to a 3-0 lead and then held on to edge the Jamestown Lady Red Raiders (0-8-2), 3-2, in non-league girls soccer on Monday afternoon at the Martin Road Athletic Complex.
Southwestern opened the scoring 13 minutes into the game when Brittany Feldman recorded an unassisted goal
Six minutes later, Megan Sholl scored with an assist from Feldman.
Above, Southwestern goaltender Britta Johnson scoops up the ball before a Jamestown player can move in during Monday afternoon’s non-league girls soccer game at the Martin Road Athletic Complex. Below, Jamestown goaltender Hannah Bensink leaps high for a save. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photos by Jim Riggs
Then 23 minutes into the game, the Lady Trojans' lead reached 3-0 when Emily Wuebbolt scored on an indirect indirect kick and Erica Stevens picked up an assist.
With 14 minutes left in the first half, Jamestown got on the scoreboard when Rachel Oelbracht scored an unassisted goal.
Oelbracht scored on a penalty kick 18 minutes into the second half to cut the Lady Trojans' lead to 3-2 and that's the way it stayed.
Britta Johnson had eight saves in goal for Southwestern and Jamestown goaltender Hannah Bensink had nine.