The Star Democrat
ShoreFC shares first in group play
BOYDS — Goalkeeper Katie Knapp made 24 saves and posted a pair of shutouts to help ShoreFC Velocity 18/19 girls’ showcase soccer team earn a share of first place in its group at last weekend’s Bethesda Premier Cup at the Maryland Soccerplex.
With the help of defenders Madyson Weber, Meadow Tesoro, Hannah Bird, Ashley Wildt, Claire
Schultz an Haven Haddaway, ShoreFC tied Ohio Premier 0-0 on Friday, tied fifth-ranked #5 Long Island Island Premier (N.Y.) 1-1 on Saturday, and blanked FC Bucks ECNR (Pa.) 3-0 on Sunday to give it five points.
Evelyn Lerch scored twice and had an assist, and Lily Covington and Mia Kemp also scored. Arlie Paden had two assists and Bird picked up an assist.
Bethesda Premier Cup is a high level college showcase that attracts over 150 college coaches. ShoreFC will travel to Raleigh, North Carolina this Thursday to compete in the CASL College Showcase, which attracts over 500 college coaches.