Soccer: Lady Chiefs rally in overtime to down Socastee

nmbgsoc-7The North Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team snatched victory from the jaws of defeat to beat visiting Socastee 2-1 in overtime Thursday night.

The Lady Chiefs trailed 1-0 in the final minutes of regulation before junior Ingryd Garcia scored the game-tying goal to force extra time.

Just 2 minutes into the first overtime, sophomore Hadley Hudson converted a free kick to give the Lady Chiefs their first lead of the match. The defense did the rest to preserve the win, led by junior goalkeeper Montana Fields’ seven saves.

* Myrtle Beach 1, Hoggard (NC) 0: Sophomore Tristan Gordon scored the game’s only goal on a well executed header off a perfectly placed corner kick. Goalkeeper Gabby Moore led a strong shutout effort by the Myrtle Beach defense.

* St. James 3, Carolina Forest 2: The Lady Sharks scored the game-winner in the final minutes to pick up a hard-fought road victory over the Lady Panthers.

Carolina Forest got goals from Christina Niederegger and Amber Rutledge, who tied the game at 2-all with 6 minutes remaining. But St. James beat the whistle and the Lady Panthers.

* Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 7, Freedom Christian 1: The Lady Saints improved to 3-0 by defeating the host Lady Patriots in Fayetteville (NC).

The Lady Saints used a balanced offense, led by Anna Kate Green with two goals, and Rebecca Eagerton and Julia Markley each had one goal and one assist. Brae Jackson, Grace Houghton and Natalie Markley scored one goal apiece and Caroline Gore had an assist. Goalkeeper Emily Johnson made three saves.

Boys

* Socastee 5, North Myrtle Beach 0: The Braves (4-3) broke open a tight game by scoring four goals in the second half to defeat the visiting Chiefs.

Socastee’s Jake Perito scored first on an assist by Cian Gormley to give the Braves a 1-0 halftime lead. In the second half Nick Koonce led the way with two goals, while Josh Mackie and Cian Gormley each had one goal, to complete the rout. Konner Price, Chris Matlashewski and Perito added assists.

The shutout was preserved by keepers Cole Renfrow and John Cetin’s two saves in goal. The Braves now sit at 4-3 with region play beginning next week.

* St. James 5, Carolina Forest 2: The Sharks used two goals by Garrett Greene and a pair of assists each by Andres Celis and Chris Young to knock off the Panthers.

Celis also scored a goal, as did teammates Riley Parker and Drew Volpe.

Photo by Louis E. Keiner and Lesley M. Etherson

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