Girls soccer defeats Manhattan Indians, 1-0

Anna Wonderlich, Co-Editor

Rain or shine, the varsity girls soccer team is “All In.”
Compared to last Thursday’s cold and rainy game, BV played in warm, 70 degree weather at their home game on Saturday, March 24.
The Lady Tigers beat the Manhattan Indians 1-0.
Although BV had multiple shots on goal throughout the game, they were unable to put one in the net.
After much back-and-forth action, the clock slowly ticked down to zero without any goals for either team.
The game then entered into a sudden-victory overtime –– two 10-minute periods where the first team to score would win the game.
During the middle of the first 10-minute period, sophomore Natalie Pace shot and scored the game-winning goal for the Lady Tigers.
“It felt amazing getting that goal, but everyone always give all the credit to the one who scored the goal, when really it was a complete team effort,” she said. “I mean, our defense was phenomenal that game and the assist [sophomore] Brooke [Zimmerman] gave me was perfect. I was just really fortunate being in the right place at the right time.”
This victory continues the team’s undefeated streak, 2-0.