Soccer: Conway, MB girls, CF boys net first wins

congsoc-19The Conway High girls soccer team opened the regular season in dramatic fashion Monday night with an overtime shootout win over Andrews.

Following a 2-2 tie at the end of regulation, the Lady Tigers claimed a 5-4 edge in penalty kicks to start the season off with a big road victory.

Conway sophomore Bailey Beck scored midway through the first half to take the lead 1-0, and fellow sophomore Maggie Fox scored early in the second half to retake the lead 2-1.  The Lady Blue Jackets leveled it at 2-all to force overtime and an eventual shootout.

Conway senior captains Laurel Baldwin and Jasmin Rodriguez each scored during the shootout. Sophomore Caroline Long scored the game-winner on the final kick of the shootout.

* Myrtle Beach 5, Socastee 0: The Lady Seahawks shut out the visiting Lady Braves for the second time of the young season.

Myrtle Beach’s Tristan Gordon had a hat trick and Abigail Gonzalez tallied a pair of goals to lead the Lady Seahawks. Both added one assist, as did sisters Cassidy and Josie Posma. Gabby Moore got the shutout in goal.

* Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 4, Southeastern Home School 3: The Lady Saints improved to 2-0 on the season with a hard-fought win over the Lady Cardinals from Wilmington (NC).

Brae Jackson scored a hat trick and an assist to lead CAMB, and goalkeeper Emily Johnson made three saves. Caroline Gore had a goal and two assists and Anna Kate Green accounted for the other assist.

* West Brunswick (NC) 4, North Myrtle Beach 2: The Lady Chiefs lost a very physical matchup to the visiting Lady Trojans.

North Myrtle Beach got goals from junior Brooke Kennedy and sophomore Hadley Hudson, and freshman goalkeeper made her first start for the Lady Chiefs and recorded 10 saves in the loss.

Boys

* Carolina Forest 3, Waccamaw 2: The Panthers picked up their first win of the season Tuesday by defeating Waccamaw.

After falling behind 1-0 early on a Waccamaw penalty kick, the Panthers scored three unanswered goals for the win. Randy Garcia scored the tying goal on an assist by Eli Brister, whom followed it up with a goal of his own off for a 2-1 halftime edge.

Anthony Pawalie scored on a free kick from 30 yards out to put Carolina Forest up 3-1. The Panthers’ defense, led by Sam Garrell and goalkeeper Shayne Steiner, held strong in the end to preserve the victory.

Photo by Louis E. Keiner and Lesley M. Etherson

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