By John Lachmann
Sophomore forward Jordan Miller scored six minutes into the first half off a through ball as St. Henry edged Newport Central Catholic, 1-0 in a rain-shortened match on Monday.
St. Henry senior Morgan Potts made one save to record the shutout as the match was called at halftime.
HALFTIME: 1-0. GOAL: SH—Miller. SHUTOUT: Potts (1 save). RECORDS: St. Henry 12-4-2, NewCath 11-5-1.
BROSSART 0, RYLE 0 – Raiders sophomore Emily Hays stopped four shots to record the shutout, and the Mustangs used two goalkeepers to hold Ryle scoreless.
Brossart senior Courtney Ledonne and junior Sarah Futcher combined for four saves.
HALFTIME: 0-0. SHUTOUTS: R—Hays (4 saves). B—Ledonne and Futcher (4 saves). RECORDS: Brossart 12-4-1, Ryle 8-5-2.
CONNER 8, WALTON-VERONA 0 – Senior forward Cori Storms scored three goals for the Cougars, and the match was called at the half because of bad weather.
Senior midfielder Bellina Fiorelli added two goals, and senior Jamie Morgan – who normally plays defense – added a goal in Conner’s fourth win in its last five matches.
HALFTIME: 8-0. GOALS: C—Storms 3, Fiorelli 2, Morgan, Webb, Dages. SHUTOUT: Fraiture (2 saves). RECORDS: Conner 7-7-1, Walton-Verona 4-14.
COVINGTON LATIN 10, DAYTON 0 – Senior center midfielder Bridgette Hildreth scored four goals for the Trojans, giving her 27 tallies for the season.
Senior forward Jessica Wooldredge added two goals for Covington Latin, which has found the net 21 times in its last two matches.
Freshman left wing Isabel Eliassen potted her first career goal, and seniors forward Gretchen Mueller and striker Diane Jackson scored their first goals of the season.
HALFTIME: 7-0. GOALS: CL—Hildreth 4, Wooldredge 2, Eliassen, Knotts, Jackson, Mueller. SHUTOUT: Bolin (3 saves). RECORDS: Covington Latin 9-7, Dayton 0-11.
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