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Woodcox hat trick leads Knights to soccer win

Friday, September 16, 2005

The 2005 soccer season has been one of exciting possibilities mixed with some frustration for the Lady Knights.

On Wednesday, visiting Edgewood got an up close look at all the Northview weapons as the Knights took out their frustration on the Mustangs to the tune of a 10-0 victory.

Jennifer Woodcox did a great deal of damage to the Edgewood defense, piling up her first career hat trick for Northview.

The Knights waited until the 27:35 mark to dent the scoreboard as Jennifer Woodcox tallied her first goal of the evening on an assist from Ahnya Alstott and Abby Birkey. The goal opened the flood gates for the Knights who scored again just three minutes later as Tylee Graverson hit the net with a helper from Ashley Woodcox.

Leading 2-0, Kelsey Haring got into the act when she scored at the 16:17 mark of the first half with Graverson getting the assist. Jennifer Woodcox got her second goal with 12:35 remaining in the half on an assist from Tiffany Young and Kylee Thacker made the score 5-0 at the break with Brittney Tucker assisting.

The Knights peppered Edgewood with shots in the first half, putting 28 on net with Jennifer Woodcox firing six on goal and Graverson, Birkey and Alstott each taking five shots.

Christina Arvin got the first half shutout, needing to save just one shot before Tara Crooks took over in goal in the second half.

After the break the Knights remained hot as Jennifer Woodcox completed her hat trick with a goal less than six minutes into the half. Birkey would get herself a goal at the 27:28 mark and Rachel Roeschlein nailed home the next two scores, the first on an assist from Birkey, who had four points in the game, and the second on a double assist from Graverson and Tucker.

Ashley Woodcox would complete the scoring for Northview with 10:42 remaining in the dominant performance.

The Knights had 53 total shots on goal and got 47 steals topped by Jazmine Kellum, Sage Graverson and Emma Reed each with four. Heather Foxx, Alstott, Tucker, Cayla Yockey, Birkey and Ashley Woodcox all had three with Crooks saving five shots in the second half shutout.

The Knights are now 2-8 overall, 1-1 WIC with a 1 p.m. date with Brown County on Saturday. Northview would like to invite all alumni players and fans to help celebrate 11 years of Northview girls soccer.

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