Prep roundup: Rayders roll past Red Devils; Rams stay perfect in league
Charlevoix senior forward Hannah Herboldsheimer (left) brings tries to make a move on East Jordan defender Chelsea Joki during Monday¿s Lake Michigan Conference match at Boswell Stadium in East Jordan. Herboldsheimer had a pair of goals as the Rayders defeated the Red Devils, 8-0. (DREW KOCHANNY/NEWS-REVIEW / May 21, 2013)
With the win, the Rayders improve to 15-5 overall, 11-2 league and host league-leading Harbor Springs in their final match of the regular season at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at Kipke Field.
The Rayders collected 22 shots on goal in the win Monday, as Kiteley opened the scoring close to nine minutes in as she scored on a pass from Elizabeth Way. Way then added a goal herself less than three minutes later unassisted before freshman Kylee Scholten made it 3-0 at the 26 minute, 44 second mark on a feed from sophomore Grace Whitley.
Herboldsheimer scored her first goal at the 31:49 mark, Caroline Elowsky had the assist.
The Rayders led, 4-0, at halftime.
In the second half, Herboldsheimer scored her second goal of the game at the 7:32 mark from a pass from Anna Way. Kiteley then scored her second goal of the contest at the 10:47 mark off a feed from Elizabeth Way.
Freshman forward Sophie Herboldsheimer then made it 7-0 as she scored at the 18:13 mark on a pass from Lily Matchett. Scholten then scored the final goal of the match on a direct kick from five yards outside the 18.
Senior goalkeeper Bailee Stevens and sophomore Gloria Greene shared the shutout in goal. Greene finished with one save as the Rayder defense limited the Red Devils to just one shot on goal.
Harbor Springs 6, Traverse City Liberty 0
HARBOR SPRINGS — Tia Esposito and Rhi Cullip each scored three goals for the Harbor Springs girls’ soccer team, as the Rams downed the Traverse City Liberty on Monday.
With Esposito and Cullip doing all the scoring, assists came from Shallon Grawey with one and two each from Sophie Seitz and Meg Shepherd. Cullip also added an assist to Esposito in the game.
“It’s great to see them scoring the goals,” Harbor coach Ed Fantozzi said of his forwards. “That’s the components of a great team. It’s a good situation to be in, hopefully we can keep it up. “
Harbor led 3-0 at the end of the first half, with two goals coming from Esposito. In goal for Harbor, Sydney Elkins picked up the win seeing seven shots, while making four saves.
With the win, Harbor moves to 11-0 in the Lake Michigan Conference and 16-1 overall.
“The girls played well again,” Fantozzi added. “We share part of the title with the win. The worst we can do is tie for the conference champions. We share part of it no matter what.”
Kalkaska 12-2, Charlevoix 5-4
CHARLEVOIX —Skylar Herriman collected three hits including a home run as the Charlevoix softball team split in their conference meeting against Kalkaska Monday.
The Rayders lost the first game as Katie Hybl took the loss throwing six strike outs while allowing seven hits and six walks.