Lower Moreland’s teamwork tops Dock
The Lions play as one, grab 6-0 BAL win over Pioneers
There’s no star on the Lower Moreland girls’ soccer team this season. Make no mistake though, that’s how the Lions want it to be. By not relying too much on one or two players, Lower Moreland is playing fluid team soccer and has them looking down from atop the Bicentennial Athletic League table and eyeing a high District I 3A seed.
Thursday, Lower Moreland continued its teamworking ways as it topped visiting Dock Mennonite 6-0.
“We’re working together on the field and off the field and it really helps,” LM senior defender Kayla O’Malley said. “We try to stay together as a family. We connect passes, we try to spread teams out, we just do everything as a team. Whether you’re on the bench or on the field, it doesn’t matter.”
LM improved to 13-1 with Thursday’s win as the team hasn’t missed a beat in coach Jack Kilroy’s first season. The real tests will come once the Li-
Lower Moreland’s Nicole Castor dribbles past a diving Dock goalie Audrey Schweizerhof.