Coming out victorious


Sienna Pinskey (11) sprints to the ball before the Andrean player gets to it. She made a pass to one of her fellow players who then attempted to score.

Jenna Crawford, Author

Varsity girls soccer faced off at Andrean Catholic High School on Sept. 9. The girls came out victorious with a final score of 2-0.

“We definitely played well the second half. The first half, we were all kind of nervous. The second half, we definitely played our game and got the results we wanted,” Tarah Hamby (12) said.

Throughout the first 35 minutes of the game, Lake Central and Andrean fought hard to gain the lead.

“We needed to help defend more because our defense was really struggling a lot the first half,” Hamby said.

After the first half, the game remained at 0-0, with many attempts on both goals.

“Our first half was rough because we lowered ourselves to [Andrean’s] level and we could have played a lot better,” Abigail Peppin (12) said.

At halftime Lake Central came together to discuss how they could improve their performance in the second half.

“[Our coach] is really good at inspiring us, so he basically told us to just pick it up,” Peppin said.

At the beginning of the second half, Lake Central scored their first goal of the game.

“Once we started connecting passes, we were able to easily move around [the other players],” Peppin said.

With only a few minutes left on the clock, Lake Central kicked in another goal.

“I think we could have done better if we played the way we played in second half, in the first half,” Hamby said.

The girls are proud to continue their undefeated streak.