Ve­loc­ity wins Columbia In­vi­ta­tional

BayshoreSC doesn’t yield goal in 3-0 run to cham­pi­onship

Record Observer - - Sports -

COLUMBIA — The BayshoreSC Ve­loc­ity girls’ 17U travel soccer team did not al­low a goal while go­ing un­beaten to win the Columbia In­vi­ta­tional Tour­na­ment this past week­end.

Abby Blan­chard scored twice and McKen­zie Mo­gel added a goal Satur­day as Ve­loc­ity posted a 3-0 shutout over the Jersey Force, ranked No. 25 in New Jersey. Brooke Wind­sor had two as­sists and Kiwi Wed­dell had one, while Shelby Turner made eight saves for the shutout.

Blan­chard net­ted two more goals and Wind­sor scored in Sun­day’s 3-0 vic­tor y over the David­sonville Ex­plo­sion. Wind­sor, Aza­lie Haro and Kayt­lyn Steiger­wald each had an as­sist for Ve­loc­ity, and keeper Sab­rina Mcelvey made one save for the shutout.

In Mon­day’s fi­nal, Mi­randa Wal­ton, Tanya Haro, Mo­gel, Wind­sor and Steiger­wald each scored once to lead Ve­loc­ity to a 5-0 win over Penn Legacy 00 White. Blan­chard fin­ished with three as­sists and Megan Darby had one as­sist. Turner recorded two saves for her sec­ond shutout.

Ve­loc­ity, which in ad­di­tion to this tour­na­ment win reached the fi­nals of the Pa. Clas­sics tour­ney in Lan­caster, Pa., two weeks ago, moves to No. 21 in Mary­land’s 17U state rank­ings.

Ve­loc­ity is com­prised of play­ers from Eas­ton, Saints Peter and Paul, Queen Anne’s County, Kent Is­land, North Caro­line and Cam­bridgeSouth Dorch­ester high schools.


Mem­bers of the BayshoreSC Ve­loc­ity U17 girls’ soccer team are from left, front row: Lily Os­borne, Kiwi Wed­dell, Aza­lie Haro, Katie Ham­mond, Shelby Turner, Hai­ley McNinch, Kayt­lyn Steiger­wald and Becca Gib­bons; stand­ing: Coach Alex Spies, Tanya Haro, Alex To­rian, Mi­randa Wal­ton, McKen­zie Mo­gel, Brooke Wind­sor, Taryn Pa­trick, Megan Darby, Pearl Sutton, Abby Blan­chard and Coach Mike Leach.

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