The William Chrisman girls soccer team finished the regular season on a high note.
Four different players scored goals in a 4-0 victory against Suburban Middle Six foe North Kansas City Monday.
Kayli Perez paced the offense with an assist and a goal. Elizabeth Eppert, Cassie Simpson and Chloe Stallings each had a goal for the Bears (12-7, 6-4).
LEE’S SUMMIT 2, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 1 (2 OT): The Jaguars used a great defensive effort to push Monday’s Suburban Big Seven Conference game against Lee’s Summit North into double overtime, but it wasn’t enough in a loss to the Tigers.
South goalkeeper Alaina Werremeyer made 16 saves to lead the defense. The back line of Ashton Warren, Mady Geren, Alyssa Stone and Khiara Cox were a big part in the defensive effort, South coach Todd Findley said, whose team fell to 11-8 overall and 5-5 inn the Big Seven. “I can't say enough about the Jags work rate and heart, being outshot heavily by the Tigers, but hanging tough in this game,” Findley said.
Taylor Gardner got her second goal of the season by flying into the goal off a rebound from Brie Severn's shot off the crossbar. Lee’s Summit tied it up late with a penalty kick, and won it in the 94th minute.
LIBERTY 3, LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 1: The Broncos scored a goal in the first two minutes and didn’t do much else after that in a non-conference loss against the Blue Jays Monday.
Halle Hill carried the ball toward the middle and was able to split two defenders with her pass for Rock who finished her chance early in the game. Liberty scored three unanswered goals to earn the comeback victory.
“Liberty played direct in their attack which allowed them to play behind our back line and use their speed,” said North coach Ryan Kelley, whose team fell to 7-11. “Liberty added a goal late in the half to stretch their lead and we were not able to get back into the match.”