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t . ’■i ^ 1 ;. Mil ■>i.'^ <> ' h :i,r' ■ .*•>«• •■ ; 4 - -% ■ s • 1 1 Page 10 • The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan.N.Y., October 31,1990 JV soccer ends undefeated By RUSS HEARTON PENN YAN — The Penn Yan girls’ JV soccer team began its final week of play for the *90 season undefeated under the direction of Coach Rennee \niayer and came away with the same status. The Mustangs hosted Myn- derse, Monday , Oct. 15, and dominated from the outset. The entire team got in on the scoring action.. Kelly Clark made the first score for Penn Yan early in the first quarter on an assist by Carrie Wiliams. Jill Slentz assisted Nicole Hunt to make it 2-0 before the end of the first quarter. Dawn Robinson and Kim Allen teamed up for a goal by Robinson, good for one point opening up the second quarter. Jenny Reynolds fielded a pass by Pok Sayavong for a score, boosting the Penn Yan lead to 4-0. During the third quarter action, Christie Eveland hooked up with Wiliams for another point, fol­ lowed by two more. At the goal, Kerri Church scored off an assist by Hunt. Becky Thomas kicked in a point, after an assist by Clark. Throughout this point barrage, the Penn Yan defense remained impenetrable for Mynderse. At the opening of the four quarter, the score was 7-0 and reflected a season of overwhelming play. Hunt, who scored in the first quarter, returned to the net to put in a second goal off an assist by Kim Allen, for a final score of 8-0. nesday, Oct. 17 but the score was much closer in a game marked by over-confident JV play. Neither team scored during the first quarter, as both teams con­ trolled the ball equally well and equally as long. Coach Thayer comments, “The, girls became overconfident during the first quarter.” Sayavong scored after an assist by Hunt to put Penn Yan up 1-0. Mdlakes scored soon after to tie 1 - 1 . Coach Thayer comments, “After the Midlakes score, the girls played much better, like they wanted to win.” Penn Yan rem ained un­ defeated against Midlakes, Wed- Like in the first quarter, the third quarter came and went without a score by either tean^. Midlakes was proving to be a sure Scots lose to Indians By RUSS HEARTON DUNDEE — The Dundee Scotsmen met the Indians of Red Jacket Saturday, Oct. 27 at Red Jacket, and the final score, ot the Indians 27 and Dundee 8, put the Scotsmen’s sectional hopes to rest for 1990. \Ibrnovers were the key to this loss,\ Coach Allen explains. “We were in a situation where we had to pass to win.” Dundee dominated the first half of the game, scoring twice in the first quarter. One touchdown pass to Robby Hares was called back due to a motion penalty against Dundee. But Hares caught a 39 yarder that was good for 6 plus 2 on the conversion. Dundee led the first half 8-6. The Scots had been moving the ball effectively during the third quarter. They made a drive that looked like they would score, pushing all the way to the Red Jacket five yard line. After the Scotsmen failed to score, the Indians ran a counter play that was good for 50 yards and set up a score to make it 13-8. On the Scots’first play after the return kick, they fumbled. The Indians recovered and managed to press into the endzone for six. Before the end of the third quarter, it was 20-8 Indians. In the fourth quarter, Dundee tried to open things up by passing for the quick points. But this a t­ tack proved costly as the Scotsmen threw away three inter­ ceptions. Coach Allen explains, “You can’t make those kinds of mistakes and win ball games.” He continues, Tm not trying to make excuses but it’s tlie fact. Of the 21 <»* so kids that came out for the team, 10 of them either haven’t played in a year or haven’t played a t all. “It’s a matter of being able to react quickly and react correctly,” he asserts. Allen attributes the turnovers to the fact that his team was for­ ced to make the big play for late points and inexperience. Dundee stands at 2-4-1 going into Saturday’s matchup against visiting Bolivar. Regardless of sec­ tionals, Ehindee is set to win the season ender. Coach Allen notes, “We just have to go out and play our game. We’re looking for Bolivar.” competitor. Penn Yan goalie Kelly Perry played a crucial role in the Penn Yan game. Coach Thayer asserts, “With 10 saves Kelly played her best game yet. She definitely saved us from a loss.” 'The Mustangs gained momen­ tum during the fourth quarter, scoring twice. Hunt scored off an assist by Thomas. Then with 7:00 minutes on the dock, Thomas took it in unassisted for the final goal of the 3-1 Penn Yan victory. Friday, Oct. 19 the Mustangs played their final game of the season against Lyons. Penn Yan walked into the game undefeated and walked out with a 1-1 tie, still undefeated. Lyons scored its goal during the first quarter off a penalty kick. Coach Thayer comments, “It was beautifully executed to the top left hand comer of the goal.” Both teams played two tough quarters without a score. It was obvious that both teams came to win. Finally in the fourth quarter. Church put one in for Penn Yan. The Mustangs learned a lesson about sloppy playing. Coach Thayer insists, “One mistake by our defender and it cost us. Lyons is a good team with good passing skills. We played extremely hard after they scored; nobody wanted to lose our undefeated title.” A g ^ ssive offense and stingy defense made the difference bet­ ween losing and ending in a tie. Penn Yan goalie Perry racked up another 10 saves which Thayer says were “excellent.” Coach 'Thayer reflects on her first season as coach, “It was a wonderful season. Great girls! I can’t wait until next year.” Eaton's IS your store for — ^ WATCHES, DIAMONi:^ JEWELRY REPAIR am Friendly Service! 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