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Rye women’s soccer played two tough matches over the last week.
On Thursday the 14th Rye played host to a very tough Trinidad Miners team. Rye got a first half goal from freshman forward Ella Peters and held Trinidad to only one. In the second half, defense took charge as Rye, led by goalkeeper Alyssa Clayton and defender Andy Mallo, shut down the Miner offense. Rye however, couldn’t score either, despite multiple shots on goal. After an overtime period with no scoring, Rye ended up in a tie. The final score was 1-1. Clayton ended up with eight saves in the tie. Coach Kim Robles on the game: “That was a long game. I was disappointed that we hung in, but couldn’t deliver the win.”
Rye had a game Saturday the 16th planned against the Elicott Thunderhawks, but the game was cancelled and will be rescheduled.
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