Not only did the Waverly girls soccer team improve to 2-0 in conference play on Tuesday evening with a 4-0 win over West, but they made history doing it.
Within the first minute of the game, Andrea Bradley took a pass from Morgan Peterson and sent the ball to the back of the net to give the Tigers a 1-0 lead. According to Waverly girls’ soccer coach Chris Murphy, the goal was the quickest score in any game in program history.
Brittany Green, Maria Houston and McKayla Stutz all added second-half goals for the Tigers to put the game out of reach. Waverly keeper Dawndra Newland added her second shutout of the season in the win.
Waverly (2-1-0, 2-0-0 SOC II) will take the field again on Saturday, when they travel to Eastern for a non-conference matchup. West is back in action on Sept. 8, when they travel to take on Northwest for another SOC II matchup.
Waverly def. West 3-1
First half — 1, Waverly, A. Bradley (M. Peterson), 1st minute.
Second half —2, B. Green (R. Remington), 65th minute. 3, M. Houston, 77th minute. 4, M. Stutz (B. Murphy), 78th minute.
Records — Waverly: 2-1-0 (2-0-0)
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