The Black River Middle School girls' soccer team completed an impressive 11-1 season, after recently knocking off a tough Dorset team, 2-1. After a scoreless first half, Black River got second half goals from Sarah Rumrill and Megan Kathan to secure the victory.
"At halftime we spoke about playing our game and forcing them to adjust," Black River coach Bruce Schmidt said after the match. "The girls couldn't get over how small the field was, and it was affecting their game."
The defensive play of Kateri Collins, Gabriele Miele and Sydney Miele, Sarah Stryhas, along with goalie Hannah Livingston, were also very instrumental in the win. "The key to this team is their ability to play many different positions and help wherever needed," coach Schmidt concluded. Pictured Above: The 11-1, Black River Middle School girls' soccer team.