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Spencer Girls Soccer Opens Season with Win

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Spencer Soccer Complex

Monday, April 7th

The Tiger girls opened the season with a 7-2 victory Monday night against Spirit Lake Park-Okoboji.

The Tigers were paced by a hat trick from Kim Shabino as well as goals from fellow senior Emily Coldren, sophomores Sidney Salton and Kaity Mason and a goal from freshman Darion Helle on her varsity debut.

The Tigers tested the Indians goal throughout the game with 32 shots and 16 shots on target.

SPL-O’s goals came in the second half from Hazkhett Zeledon and Kayla Herrig.

Spencer is now 1-0 on the season and next faces the MOC-FV lady Dutch on Thursday night in Orange City.

Unofficial Statistics:

Spencer

Goals:

1st half

16:41 – Kim Shabino

38:35 – Kim Shabino

2nd half

47:13 – Darion Helle, Assist – Shabino

57:38 – Sydney Salton

59:10 – Kim Shabino, Assist – Helle

61:31 – Kaity Mason, Assist – Shabino

73:20 – Emily Coldren

Shots: 32

Shots on goal: 16

Corners: 4

 

Spirit Lake Park-Okoboji

Goals:

2nd half

40:38 – Hazkhett Zeledon

70:06 – Kayla Herrig

Shots:8

Shots on goal: 2

Corners: 1

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