DANVILLE -- Northview came away soggy and with a loss on a Wednesday girls' soccer road trip, falling 4-1 to Danville.
The Knights endured a 90-minute rain delay before quickly falling behind 2-0 on goals by the Warriors' Danni Bishop.
The Knights lone goal in the first half came off a Lauren Webster steal in the midfield. Webster zipped a pass ahead to Jenny Woodcox who found Stormi Raines breaking free. Danville's fullback fouled Raines in the penalty box to give the Knights a penalty kick. Woodcox scored the goal at the eight-minute mark as the game went to break, 2-1.
"Webster played well the entire game and gave our team some opportunities," said coach Tony Alstott.
Webster would lead the squad with three steals in the contest.
At the 13-minute mark of the second half, the Knights suffered another blow when Tiffany Young collided with a Danville player and went to the turf. Two Northview teammates paused to check on her, but the whistle had not blown as Danville continued on to score a goal.
"They don't' stop play in soccer because of an injury," said Alstott.
Danville capped the scoring with one minute remaining in the 4-1 decision.
Rachel Alstott had 10 saves in net for the Knights.
Next game: Northview (1-3 overall, 1-0 WIC) hosts Sullivan on Sept. 10 at 5 p.m.