Eagles lose to Patuxent
week, it’s frustrating.”
With a varsity roster that has five freshmen and is replacing almost its entire back end, Wednesday night’s season opener was just the first step. After Anderson’s initial goal, Patuxent (1-0 overall) actually trailed as North Point (0-2) got two quick goals courtesy of Ali Zadeh to jump in front 2-1. But the Panthers responded with a seven-goal run to take command for the game’s duration.
Stewart scored three times during the spurt, with the third of the goals putting the visitors in front 8-2 with 8 minutes 55 seconds left in the first half. Peyton Fort scored two goals during the run, while Emily McGuigan also found the net.
The Eagles managed to cut their deficit to 9-5 at the half as
North Point’s Ali Zadeh scores one of her six goals late in the first half of the Eagles’ game with the visiting Patuxent on Wednesday night. Patuxent won 14-9.