Photo by Lori PoteetAshlynn Bennett helped lead the Chargers to a win
Photo by Lori Poteet

Ashlynn Bennett helped lead the Chargers to a win
LINDEN-The North Montgomery girls soccer team pulled off a great win Saturday as they defeated South Vermillion by the score of 3-2.

"The positives from the game is that we came out with a win. We didn't play our style of soccer that we would have liked, but we had good effort and found a way to win," Charger head coach Julie Hodges said. "We learned a lot about our team today, and we are able to take away some positives and negatives that will help us in future games. We will work on some of our weaknesses and build off the positives that comes from a win."

North Montgomery had three different girls score: Caroline McClaskey, Diana Morales and Katharyn Sabens. They were assisted by Zoey McCormick, Madison Howey and Lillia Mitchell. Kayla Brown followed up with a solid performance at goal to have 6 saves. North had 16 shots on goal while south Vermillion had only 8.

The Chargers are now 2-0 on the year and will kick off the Sagamore Athletic Conference season tonight when Danville comes to town.