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TebbeBattle at the net — Greenville senior goalie Jackie Forys makes a save on a shot from Central freshman Reaghan Tebbe in the first half of the Cougars’ 4-0 win last Tuesday in Bond County. Defending on the play for the Comets is senior Cadie Neely. Tebbe had an assist in the win. (Photo by Jeremy Chawgo)    The Central Cougars girls soccer team won five games all of last season.  They started this season with a pair of wins with decisions against Greenville and Staunton.
    Central is at Salem on Thursday to open up Cahokia Conference action before they host Metro-East Lutheran on  Tuesday.
    Central 7, Staunton 0:  The Cougars’ youth movement dominated the visiting Lady Bulldogs on Monday in Breese.
    The Cougars got all seven goals from freshmen which included a hat trick from Ocean Reinhardt.  Fellow freshman Rachael Beer added two more goals while Reaghan Tebbe and Madelyn Santel each netted one goal.
    Emma Wesselmann and Allyson Fehrmann each had an assist in the win where the Cougars scored three times in the first 40 minutes.
    Freshman Madison Ashford netted her second shutout of the season and she made six saves to earn the win.
    Central 4, Greenville 0:  The Cougars got their soccer season off on the right foot with a road shutout win over the Lady Comets last Tuesday in Bond County.
    The Cougars needed just nine minutes to get out to a 1-0 lead when Reaghan Tebbe set up Rachael Beer who found the left corner of the goal to garner a 1-0 lead.
    “We had a lot of freshman come in and get some scoring,” said Central head coach Keith Patterson.  “And it’s always good when your defense and goalie can put up a shutout.”

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RackersSettle the ball — Mater Dei’s Faith Rackers is caught between Carbondale’s Torrey Taylor (25) and Rose Kippenbrock as she tries to gain possession in the Lady Knights’ 6-2 win over the Terriers last Tuesday in Belleville. Rackers had one goal and four assists in the win. (Photo by Bruce Hixon) 
    The Mater Dei Lady Knights soccer team had an up and down start to their season as they won two matches while dropping three others at the Metro-Cup Classic in Belleville and Freeburg.
    Mater Dei plays at Gordon More State Park when they challenge Alton Marquette on Thursday before playing Wesclin at home on Saturday morning.
    Mater Dei 5, Father McGivney 1:  The Lady Knights got another hat trick in their breeze of a win at home on Monday.
    MD junior Faith Rackers had three goals and an assist in the win to account for seven points.
    Shannon Lampe had a goal and an assist for the Lady Knights who also got an assist from Ellen Antonacci.
    Macy Hoppes netted the lone goal for the Griffins on an assist from Lauren Meyer.
    Gabby Kramer made six saves to earn the win in the net for Mater Dei who outshot the Griffins 17-7.
    Gibault 1, Mater Dei 0:  The Lady Knights had no offense in their loss in Freeburg in overtime on Saturday.
    Gabby Kramer took  the loss in the net for Mater Dei as she made 10 saves.
    Marion 3, Mater Dei 2:  The Lady Knights dropped a close contest last Friday in Belleville.
    Ellen Antonacci had a goal for the Lady Knights while Faith Rackers had a goal and an assist in the loss.  Gabby Kramer made 10 saves in the net for MD.
    Mater Dei 6, Carbondale 2:  Shannon Lampe scored three times, Lainey Kramer added a pair of goals and Faith Rackers also cracked the scoring column as the Lady Knights picked up their first win of the season with a 6-2 triumph over the Carbondale Terriers last Tuesday at Belleville East. 

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