Soccer splits district games, ends season

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Soccer splits district games, ends season

Soccer beat Croswell-Lexington 10-0 on Thursday, May 23, but fell to Marysville 4-0 on Tuesday, May 28.

Soccer beat Croswell-Lexington 10-0 on Thursday, May 23, but fell to Marysville 4-0 on Tuesday, May 28.

IMAGE / Pexels / Elizabeth Taylor

Soccer beat Croswell-Lexington 10-0 on Thursday, May 23, but fell to Marysville 4-0 on Tuesday, May 28.

IMAGE / Pexels / Elizabeth Taylor

IMAGE / Pexels / Elizabeth Taylor

Soccer beat Croswell-Lexington 10-0 on Thursday, May 23, but fell to Marysville 4-0 on Tuesday, May 28.

In MHSAA Division 2 district play, hosted by Kearsley, the soccer team made it to the second round before being eliminated.

The Hornets stung Croswell-Lexington 10-0 in the first elimination round Thursday, May 23.

Sophomores Miranda Hardy and Anna Sporman led the way for the Hornets with two goals each.

Sophomores Faith Burris, Marissa Carr, and Christiana Hatch,  junior Felicia Cunningham, and seniors Marianna Arambula and Arianna Laney also chipped in with goals.

Marysville stymied the Hornet offense Tuesday, May 28, in the semifinal, winning 4-0.

The Hornets played hard but were no match for the Vikings.

Junior Felicia Cunningham is proud of how the team finished the season.

“I feel that the team has gotten so much better since the beginning of the season,” Cunningham said. “We actually have chemistry.”

The Hornets finished the season with a record of 1-12-1 overall and 0-6-1 in the Metro League.

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