DELPHOS — The Sidney Lehman girls soccer team only has only two seniors on a 10-1-0 team that has beaten the likes of Celina in 2012.
They were still too much to handle for the St. John’s Lady Blue Jays — who last played Sept. 24 — on a cloudy Wednesday afternoon/evening at the Annex, shutting out the hosts 6-0.
The guests dominated the shots on-goal 25-5. Sophomore keeper Samantha Wehri garnered 15 saves for the Jays (3-10-1) while Grace Frantz registered three saves for the Lady Cavaliers.
“That is a very skilled team, especially with the ball at their feet. They might be the best team we’ve faced this year,” Jays coach John Munoz began. “They execute all the right things: ball possession, passing, moving the ball side to side. The pressure they put on you forced us to panic a little bit at times and get rid of the ball too quickly. You could tell we were a little rusty at the start because we’d been off so long; we did get all but one girl back from injury, which was big. We did get the chance to work on some things as well but we needed to give them a break, too. We had a lot of matches in August and September.”
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