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Female Flyers rout Northwest

Published 1:52am Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Jim Walker


After an explosive offensive output on Monday, the St. Joseph Female Flyers added some more dynamite Tuesday.

St. Joseph followed up an 8-1 win over Greenup County with an 11-0 rout of the Northwest Lady Mohawks Tuesday.

“We continued tonight where we left off last night,” said Female Flyers’ coach Kyle Weatherholt. “All 18 players contributed to the performance today. We have better depth which will certainly help out as the season wears on.”

Lynsey Booker followed up a three-goal game with four more goals against Northwest. Sidney Payne had another all-around performance with three goals and three assists.

Also scoring goals were Kaylee Sheridan, Emma Williams, Emma Saxby and Ophelia Weatherholt who also had an assist.

Female Flyers goalie Meg Alexander recorded her first shutout.

St. Joseph hosts Chesapeake at 5:30 p.m. Monday.

Northwest 0 0 = 0

St. Joseph 7 4 = 11

First Half

SJ — Lynsey Booker (unassisted)

SJ — Lynsey Booker (assist Sidney Payne)

SJ — Sidney Payne (assist Ariel Porter)

SJ — Lynsey Booker (assist Sidney Payne)

SJ — Ophelia Weatherholt (assist Sidney Payne)

SJ — Sidney Payne (unassisted)

SJ — Kaylee Sheridan (unassisted)

Second Half

SJ — Lynsey Booker (unassisted)

SJ — Sidney Payne (assist by Haley Bartram)

SJ — Emma Williams (unassisted)

SJ — Emma Saxby (assist Ophelia Weatherholt)

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