BayshoreSC tops in 19U bracket at Pa. tournament
LANCASTER, PA. — Olivia Owens scored five goals and dished two assists, pacing the BayshoreSC Velocity Black’00/01 to the 19-and-under girls’ soccer championship in this past weekend’s PA Classics Showcase Tournament.
Abby Blanchard added a goal and four assists, and Brooke Windsor netted two goals and two assists during the undefeated run. Bayshore defeated Hamilton Elite SC from New Jersey, 3-1, Delaware’s Smyrna/Clayton Cyclones, 10-0, and the Southern Chester County (Pa.) SCCSA Dragons, 2-0.
McKenzie Mogel (goal, assist), Caroline Shilling (two goals, assist), Ashlyn Hastings (goal, two assists), Riley Napier (goal, two assists), Ashley Thomas (goal) and Kassidy Robinson (goal) added to the winning effort.
Kylie Marsden, Lindsay Swontek and Taylor DeMasi also led the offense, while Thomas, Kayla Guthrie, Nefret Perunko, Caroline Parker, Leila Robinson, Kaitlyn Robinson, and Kassidy Robinson starred on defense.
Cara Cunane made 15 total saves on goal across the three victories, including a penalty-kick save.
Velocity Black has gone 5-1-1 the last two weekends, including a third-place finish in the Premier Cup Tournament in Virginia. The team’s 2018 slate has concluded; the next tournament is in the last weekend of January — the Oak City Friendlies in Raleigh, N.C.
BayshoreSC Velocity Black’00/01 is a 19-and-under showcase travel team, comprised of players from 12 different high schools on Maryland and Delaware’s Eastern Shore: Kent Island, Queen Anne’s County, Cambridge-South Dorchester, Parkside, James M. Bennett, Delmar, Elkton, Lake Forest, Tome, Cape Henlopen, Saints Peter and Paul and Salisbury Christian high schools.
Pictured are members of the BayshoreSC Velocity Black’00/01 19-and-under girls’ travel soccer team. Front row, left to right: Ashlyn Hastings, Madi Banks, Caroline Parker, Cara Cunane, Taylor DeMasi, Ashley Thomas and Lindsay Swontek. Back row, left to right: Riley Napier, Brooke Windsor, Abby Blanchard, Leila Robinson, Kylie Marsden, Olivia Owens, Nefret Perunko, Caroline Shilling, Kayla Guthrie and McKenzie Mogel.