LADY GOBLINS MAUL WEEKEND COMPETITORS

Lady Goblins maul weekend competitors

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HDT | 4/6/2021

PHOTO CREDIT: Jeff Brasel

FARMINGTON — Harrison’s Lady Goblins began last week with a 3-0 loss to Kickapoo, Mo. on Monday. Over the next three games that week, they allowed just one goal while finding the net 22 times of their own during a three-game winning streak.
Friday’s action was a 6-0 win at Farmington followed by a 9-1 win against Shiloh Christian at home.
The senior boys squad from Harrison suffered a 4-2 loss against Farmington on Friday.
Both teams will visit Clarksville on Tuesday for a non-conference game beginning with the senior girls at 5 p.m.

Senior Girls
Harrison 6, Farmington 0
The Lady Goblins controlled time of possession on their way to a 6-0 road win against Farmington on Friday.
Eight minutes into the first half, Harrison’s offense was able to split the center defenders and Elise Bell earned her first of three assists on the game when she connected with Olivia Pall for a score. Pall found the back of the net again just 10 minutes later with a shot from the top of the box to give the Lady Goblins an early 2-0 lead.
Harrison found two more goals before halftime while keeping a shutout on defense.
Madison Bell scored at the 11-minute mark on a pass from Clare Barger to continue building on the lead.
A corner kick with 4-minutes left in the first half resulted in Elise Bell having a foot involved with another goal after an assist to Kaitlyn Bridges.
At halftime, the Lady Goblins led by a 4-0 mark.
Elise Bell continued to keep the offense flowing to start the second half. The junior made it a 5-0 game after a shot from just inside the box following a pass from Barger.
The final goal of the game came at the 24-minute mark when Elise Bell tallied her third assist with a corner kick to Jenna Mae Jones for the final score of the game.
Sydney Hobson was in the goal for Harrison and recorded three saves.

Harrison 9, Shiloh Christian 1
The Lady Goblins got their second win in two days when they downed Shiloh Christian at F.S. Garrison Stadium on Saturday, 9-1.
Harrison attacked early and often.
Barger scored the first six goals of the game with two unassisted over a 31-minute stretch. The sophomore’s first goal was on a cross to the middle. The second goal occurred when Elise Bell sent a free kick up the guts to Barger.
Shiloh Christian then had a goal kick but the deflection went the way of Barger where she scored unassisted at the 31-minute mark.
Just 6 minutes later, Barger took a cross from Pall for a score to make it a 4-0 game.
With 15 minutes left in the first half, Kenna Oliver kicked a pass over the top of the defense and Barger continued to be in the right place for her fifth goal.
Shiloh Christian still hadn’t learned its lesson after 33 minutes of play when Pall crossed her second scoring pass of the game to Barger to make it a 6–0 score.
The last score before halftime came from Tenelle Tate. At the 2-minute mark, Tate beat the defender and scored on a shot from the box to put Harrison ahead at the break, 7-0.
The pace slowed in the second half until the 14-minute mark when freshman Miranda Jones scored on an offensive rebound off the goalie.
Shiloh Christian quickly responded for their only goal of the game but Harrison got it right back.
Madison Bell scored the final goal of the game with an unassisted score from inside the box to make it a 9-1 score.
Hobson tallied five saves in the goal during the win.

Senior Boys
Farmington 4, Harrison 2
The Goblins earned a goal in each half, but it was Farmington that found two goals during each half to hand Harrison a 4-2 loss.
Harrison’s lone goal of the first half came from the foot of sophomore Jack Fenn. Fenn scored off a corner kick started by Connor Phillips.
The Goblins trailed, 2-1, at halftime.
Phillips was on the scoring end of the next Harrison goal that also came off a corner kick.
Farmington posted two more goals in the second half.
Grayson Dupre was in the goal for Harrison and tallied nine saves on 13 shots.
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