Storm JV team scores four first-half goals en route to easy 9-0 victory over Crook County

An impressive Summit Storm JV squad displayed their dominance as they blasted the Crook County Cowgirl varsity soccer team 9-0 Tuesday afternoon in Intermountain Hybrid soccer action.

Playing at home on senior night, the Cowgirls initially were able to force the action. Crook County had the ball on the Summit side of the field for much of the game's first five minutes. However, the Cowgirls were unable to generate any scoring opportunities. by: LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Ashley Cox plays the ball during the Cowgirls 9-0 loss to the Summit Storm JV on Tuesday afternoon.

As time went on, the Storm began to put more and more pressure on the Cowgirl defense, eventually scoring their first goal 13 minutes into the contest when a Cowgirl defender accidently deflected the ball away from Crook County’s goalkeeper.

The Storm scored again five minutes later to make the score 2-0. Then, with 10 minutes remaining in the first half, Crook County’s goalkeeper once again appeared to have a shot stopped only to have a defender deflect the shot away and into the goal. Three minutes later, the Storm scored again, making the score 4-0 at halftime.

The Storm scoring onslaught continued in the second half as Summit scored five more goals. Bryley Wetszel finished with three goals to lead the Storm while Meghan Day scored twice and Mady Singer, Kalie McGrew, Hanna Wilkins, and Lila Reinecke each added a goal.

With the win, the Storm JV finished their season with a 13-1 record, while the Crook County varsity ended their season with a disappointing 2-11-1 record.

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