Friday, September 13, 2013

Cutthroat girls stay unbeaten 9-0 over Gooding

Senator boys edge Cutthroats 3-1

     Tuning up for its first-place showdown with Filer, the Community School girls’ varsity soccer team breezed 9-0 past the host Gooding Senators in a High Desert Soccer Conference game Tuesday at Gooding.

     Seniors Hannah Dies and Hayley Murach each scored three-goal hat tricks while sophomore Lilly Jenner added two goals and senior Jordan Fitzgerald chipped in with a single goal. Credited with assists were Jenner (3), Katie Feldman, Dies and Murach.

     Cutthroat coach Kelly Feldman’s “Player of the Game” was freshman Kate Rathfon.

     The Sun Valley girls hosted Filer (6-0-1, 4-0-0 league, 12 points) Thursday in a rematch of last year’s HDSC tournament title game won by the Cutthroats 7-0.

     This year’s Filer team led by striker Darby Robertson had won five straight games since a season-opening 3-3 tie with Jerome. Filer rallied past Bliss 6-3 on Tuesday to stay unbeaten on the young season.

     Next: The Cutthroats (4-0-0, 4-0-0 league, 35-1 goals-against) travel to Wendell Tuesday, Sept. 17 and host Buhl Thursday, Sept. 19 at 4:30 p.m. at Sagewillow Farms in Elkhorn. The non-conference game against Wood River is set for Friday, Sept. 20 at 4:30 p.m. on the Hailey field.


Defending champ Gooding nips CS 3-1

     The reigning State 3A champion Gooding Senators held off the visiting Cutthroat boys 3-1 in another High Desert Soccer Conference clash Tuesday.

     Gooding improved to 3-1-1 in league for 10 points, right behind arch-rival Wendell (3-0-1, 10 points), a 7-0 winner at Declo Tuesday.

     Jay Fitzgerald tallied the Cutthroat goal. Coach Richard Whitelaw’s “Man of the Match” picks were Trenor Gould and Dehner Figge.

     Having seen their five-game unbeaten streak come to an end, the 3A Cutthroats (4-1-1, 2-1-1 league, 7 points) hosted Filer Thursday in their home debut and go out of conference to entertain traditional 4A power Burley on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 11 a.m. on the Browning Field pitch.

     The Cutthroats visit Wendell Tuesday, Sept. 17.

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