There was no winner in the Blue Springs South Tournament girls soccer game between the host team and Park Hill South.

There was no winner in the Blue Springs South Tournament girls soccer game between the host team and Park Hill South.

The teams had to settle for a scoreless 0-0 tie Thursday night in a game played in less-than-ideal weather conditions.

Blue Springs South coach Todd Findley was pleased with the outcome, though.

“This was a fantastic result for us. Park Hill South is a very skilled, possessive team, No. 3 in the area and No. 9 in the state at last check,” Findley said.

“For us to come out and battle to a scoreless tie is just another step for our improvement. The girls have three wins, a loss and a tie in our last five matches, and our work rate has been very good. I think we’ve finally found out who we are and how hard we have to work to find success with these top-notch teams.”

Goalkeeper Monica Swingle made five saves in preventing  the Jaguars from losing.

“Swingle had a fantastic game in goal after only her sixth start as a varsity keeper since the injury to Kylie Young,” Findley said. “Our defense was strong tonight as well led by center backs Maris Findley and Lexi Meyer.”