Polisano scores twice for the TarsTwo quick second-half goals by Kayla Polisano gave Anchor Bay’s girls soccer team some breathing room Tuesday night as the Tars advanced to a Division 1 regional final with a 4-1 victory over Lake Shore. Freshman Briana Rumps set up Polisano beautifully with around 27 minutes remaining in regulation to give the Tars their two-goal cushion back. “After they get one, we always try to come back really strong,” said Polisano.
Tuesday was without a doubt a sweet sixteenth birthday for Ford’s Nicole Fiantaco, who scored two goals to propel her team to a 3-2 shootout victory over Troy in a regional soccer semifinal. “It was my favorite birthday so far,” the Ford sophomore laughed after the Falcons finished up the shootout win. Ford got shootout goals by Cecilia Steinwascher, Julie Ann Piechocki, Darline Radamaker, Alana Wood and Salena Speagle.
Three second-half goals powered Eisenhower’s girls soccer team to a 4-1 victory over Romeo in a Division 1 district quarterfinal match Tuesday at Swinehart Field. After Lauren DeBeau scored the lone goal of an Eisenhower-dominated first half, Meike Ingles doubled the Eagle lead less than six minutes into the second. “We had chances in the first half, so of course it was big,” Eisenhower coach Mehrdad Nekoogar said of Ingles’ goal.
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