Park Hill South avenged an earlier loss and grabbed an important Suburban Conference Red Division win Monday, April 24.
Ryanne Serrone-Brown scored the winner in the 53rd minute, and goalkeepers Brooke Montgomery and Taylor Evans made the final goal stand up in a 2-1 win at Park Hill District Soccer Complex in Riverside, Mo. Truman won the first matchup between the two by the same score but in overtime.
With the win, Park Hill South (6-5) moved one game ahead of the Patriots in the Red Division standings with the Panthers now 4-2 in league on the season.
Park Hill South took an initial lead through Macie Bolger, who slotted a shot into the corner of the net off of a pass from Riley Nelson in the 16th minute. Truman equalized before halftime on a free kick shot, beating Montgomery in the 30th minute.
Serrone-Brown’s goal came on a pass from sophomore midfielder Marquese Oder.
Blue Springs South 5, Park Hill South 0
The Panthers ended up 0-2 in the Blue Springs South Tournament, losing to the hosts in the second game played Thursday, April 20 in Blue Springs, Mo.
Blue Springs South led 3-0 after the first half and added two late goals for the final margin. Nina Stine scored both of the goals after halftime, becoming the school’s all-time leader with the first and adding a second in the final seconds.
Park Hill South 3, Raytown 0
The Panthers scored twice in the first 5 minutes on the way to a Red Division victory Wednesday, April 19 at Park Hill District Soccer Complex in Riverside, Mo.
Kallen Mazeitis opened the scoring in the first minute, blasting home a pass left for her by Bolger. Aubree Koren doubled the advantage a minute later on a pass from Oder. Koren’s shot came from about 40 yards out.
The final goal came in the 15th minute.
Kate Eischens’ through ball sprang Serrone-Brown, and she sent a left-footed cross into the box, finding Bolger unmarked in front of goal. Bolger tapped in for a 3-0 lead.
Montgomery and Evans split the shutout in goal for Park Hill South.
Lee’s Summit 2, Park Hill 1
The Trojans were unable to pull a sweep of a Suburban Conference Gold Division favorite.
After an upset win earlier in the year, Park Hill came back from an early deficit but ended up with a loss Thursday, April 20 in Lee’s Summit, Mo. Trojans freshman Dragana Andonovski equalized for the Trojans, but Lee’s Summit scored the winner on an own goal.
Park Hill, which dropped to 9-4-2 overall and 4-2 in Gold Division play, won the first matchup between the two teams on Alison Walls’ golden goal winner in the second half of overtime.
Lee’s Summit played the final 40 minutes one player down after a red card issued to one of its players.
Park Hill 2, Raymore-Peculiar 1
Walls scored both goals for the Trojans in a Gold Division win Tuesday, April 18 at Park Hill District Soccer Complex in Riverside, Mo.
The tallies came on either side of halftime with Walls taking a pass from Mackenzie Sackuvich, working to the end line and beating the goalkeeper to the far post. Walls added her second 10 minutes into the second half with a header off a free kick assist from junior defender Chais Wright.