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MC girls soccer team falls to Palmyra

By Dom Reed

LEWISTOWN – The Lady Huskies soccer team clashed up against the Palmyra Cougars on pink out night to honor breast cancer awareness month. The Lady Cougars jumped out to a quick lead and never looked back to defeat the Lady Huskies 6-1. Mifflin County showed some toughness despite falling to the Cougars. The Huskies only goal came from Lillie Markley off a corner kick in the second half at the 50:58 mark. Markley and her teammates had faith in her all night Markley took five shots at goal tonight her fourth shot would be the lucky one. sophomore Mackenzie Peachey showed solid effort on the field tonight Peachy totaled three shots on goal. Danielle Warfel had just two shots. Warfel showed tremendous speed on the field. Lorynn Knepp and Abigail Anderson showed tremendous effort. Makenna Spickler showed great passing skills. Senior Rylee Retherford kept the ball away from her opponents and keeping out of danger she also showed great pressure towards the Cougars while having the ball.

The Lady Huskies had a total of 13 shots on goal.  Freshman Goalkeeper Liberty Cook had 13 saves. Mifflin County Totaled up three corner kicks, five Direct kicks, and four indirect kicks on the night. Delaney Miller was the first cougar to strike in the game at the 9:12 mark. sophomore Kenzie Long found the net twice in the winning effort Long scored a goal in each half. Ana Meson scored a goal while Elliana Bauer would match up, giving herself a goal which came at the 15:49 mark in the first half. Abby Byers, the freshman, had a taste of a goal being the final Cougar to score a goal. The Huskies did well keeping the ball down on their side of the field later in the first half. The Cougars struck its prey recording 19 shots on goal and only showing six points The Lady Cougars would be too much for the Huskies defeating Mifflin County 6-1.

Good Luck To The six wonderful Seniors Brynn Knepp Hailie Alexander Bryanna Henry Lily Bratton Brenna Alexander as they played their final home game as a Husky.

Mifflin County will close out the season with three final away games Lower Dauphin,Hershey and Altoona. 

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