Yesterday afternoon, the girls’ soccer team improved to 3-1 in PSAA play with a 7-0 victory over the Waldorf School of Garden City. They are currently in sole possession of second place behind undefeated Portledge.
Donna Sanders registered three first half goals, the fourth half during which she has recorded a hat trick this season, to help power the Bears to a commanding 5-0 lead at the break. The senior already has games in which she scored six goals and five goals on the season.
Madison Logan got the scoring started in the eighth minute on an assist by Bekah Herts. Sanders continued the onslaught with goals in the ninth and 11th minutes, both on assists from Logan. Felix followed with a score in the 14th minute, thanks to an assist from Lara Montalbano, and Sanders closed the first half scoring with an unassisted strike in the 27th minute.
Alyssa Martinez notched a goal sixteen minutes into the second half on a penalty kick and Sanders capped the day thirteen minutes later with her fourth goal, courtesy of Logan’s third assist of the day. Sarah Hull (2 saves) and Sophia DiLavore (2 saves) combined for the clean sheet in goal.
The Bears are back in action on Friday in a home, non-league match-up with Miller Place.