On Saturday, 5 senior Pirates (Riley Fenter, Brooke Davis, Emily Rose, Sierra Prowant, and Angel Brzozowski) took to the home pitch one final time for regular season action. Each of these Pirates finished their regular season with at least 1 goal as the Pirates scored early and often against Delphos St Johns. Senior Kaitlyn Bibler has been sidelined with an injury.
Sophomore Trinty Prowant started the Pirates scoring at the 35:15 mark, this was followed by a goal by Junior Katie Keller 4 minutes later. At the 26:58 mark Sophomore Maddie Burke put one in. Junior Alex Hoeffel then posted a pair of goals in the next 4 minutes. Freshman Jensen Armey put in the Pirates 6th goal with 11:31 left in the first half. Hoeffel made it a hat trick at 9:58. Junior Addy Armey scored with 8:22 left in the half. Maddie Burke picked up her second goal at 7:18. Senior Sierra Prowant finished the scoring in the first half at 1:51. Pirates 10, Blue Jays 0.
The second half was more of the same but the first goal of the half was a Blue Jay own goal off A. Armey corner kick. Senior Angel Brzozowski scored at the 35:31 mark. Senior Emily Rose scored with 30:22 left in the game. Sierra Prowant got her second goal with 27:20 left. T. Prowant got her second goal at 26:06. J. Armey got her second goal of the day with 24:33 left. Freshman Kenna Okuley scored with 16:00 left. Sophomore Shelby Collier scored at 14:22. Freshman Sierra Salinas scored at 11:45. Senior Brooke Davis scored at 9:13. Senior Riley Fenter ended the days scoring with 4:40 left in the game, Pirates 21, Blue Jays 0. 14 Pirates scored on the day.
Continental improves to 11-4-1 and will host Swanton (7-5-4) in a OHSAA Girls Soccer Division III Napoleon District Sectional Final on Saturday. Delphos St Johns falls to 1-14.
It is always a great year when your Senior class numbers get added to a banner in the Huber. Congratulation go out to Riley Fenter, Brooke Davis, Emily Rose, Sierra Prowant, Angel Brzozoski, and Kaitlyn Bibler on an excellent season and hopefully a long tournament run.
–Mike Jones, Sportswriter