Senior Danielle Carl was nearly up to the task in her first start of the season in goal for the Blue Springs South girls soccer team.

Senior Danielle Carl was nearly up to the task in her first start of the season in goal for the Blue Springs South girls soccer team.
But a wet ball and no offensive support helped Raymore-Peculiar get revenge on the Jaguars with a 1-0 Suburban Big Seven overtime win Monday on Senior Night at Larry Stewart Memorial Stadium.
“Danielle played really well getting her first start on Senior Night,” Jaguars coach Todd Findley said. “She stepped up and made a lot of great saves.
“And she made a good save on the goal; it’s just that with the cold rain, it snuck out of her hands and they were able to finish it.”
Nicole Pond punched it in 6:24 into overtime to help Ray-Pec avenge an overtime loss to the Jaguars at Peculiar.
The Jaguars were outshot 12-5 on goal.
“No offensive support and that’s been the story of our season,” Findley said. “Just a lack of quality scoring chances, but it isn’t from a lack of effort. We just can’t seem to break the curse.”
The Jaguars fell to 3-10-1 overall and 2-5 in the conference.
South’s junior varsity prevailed 2-0.
KANSAS CITY NORTHEAST 1, VAN HORN 0: Despite dominating Northeast for much of the game, Van Horn fell Monday at William Chrisman’s Independence All-School Stadium.
The Falcons (3-7) outshot the Vikings 18-6 on goal but bounced three shots off the goalposts.
Evelyn Chavez knocked in a goal in the 27th minute after stealing an errant pass back to Van Horn’s defense.
“It was frustrating, but that’s how soccer goes sometimes,” Falcons coach Chris Corrie said. “We gave them our goalie gloves, we gave them some balls to warm up with and then we gave them the game.”
PARK HILL 1, TRUMAN 0: Truman dropped to 8-5 overall with a 1-0 home loss to Park Hill Monday.
The Patriots dropped to 4-2 in the Suburban Big Six with the loss while Park Hill improved to 3-2 in the league.
PARK HILL SOUTH 10, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 0: Amy Coffman and Park Hill South were too much for visiting William Chrisman Monday.
“We were just overmatched by a very good Park Hill South team,” Bears coach John Straub said after his team dropped to 4-9 overall and 0-6 in the Suburban Big Six.
Coffman scored four goals to lead Park Hill South (6-0 Big Six), which outshot the Bears 22-0 on goal.