Suburban Conference Soccer roundup: Walls' hat trick powers Trojans win

Alison Walls recorded a hat trick and needed a little more than a half to do so, helping the Trojans romp to a 6-0 win on Friday, March 30, in Blue Springs.

Walls, a Drake signee, scored in the 13th, 20th and 48th minute.

CODY THORN/Citizen photo Park Hill South’s Macie Bolger, third from left, battles Liberty’s Shae Turner for possession of the ball during a game on Thursday, March 29, in Riverside. 

CODY THORN/Citizen photo
Park Hill South’s Macie Bolger, third from left, battles Liberty’s Shae Turner for possession of the ball during a game on Thursday, March 29, in Riverside. 

Up 2-0 at the break against the Wildcats, Walls got her hat trick early in the second half before Dragana Andonvoski added markers in the 53rd and 67th minute. In between those goals was one by freshman Jayden Dorrell in the 58th minute.

Walls, Mackenzie Sackuvich, Emily Goldsbury, Andonvoski and Jordan Austin had assists for the Trojans in the Suburban Gold contest.

Kelbey Emerson recorded the win and shutout in goal for Park Hill.

Liberty 2, Park Hill South 1, OT

In a competitive contest which went into overtime, Liberty got the game winning goal two minutes into the extra time from Maya Gaona on Thursday, March 29, at Park Hill District Soccer Complex.

Scoreless after 40 minutes, the Panthers went up 1-0 early in the second period when Macie Bolger scored on an assist from Arley Anderson in the 46th minute. The Blue Jays tied the game, 1-1, when Madilyn Hamline scored in the 62nd minute.

Taylor Evans and Lauren Longenecker shared time in goal for the Panthers, which fell to 2-1 overall and 2-1 in Suburban Red play.

Liberty held a 10-1 advantage in shots in the first half and finished with a 14-4 advantage.

“I was extremely proud of how the girls played and battled all game,” Park Hill South coach Jared Byrne said.

Platte County 10, Winnetonka 0

The Pirates rattled off eight goals in the first half and dominated the Griffins at Northgate Middle School on Thursday, March 29, in Kansas City.

Destinee Smith and Hannah Hall had two goals each for the Pirates. Alexis Guillory, Coryn Stephenson, Gabby Lopez, Natalie Wolbert, Hannah Valentine and Bailey Bologna also scored for Platte County.

Hall, Smith and Emily Gutierrez each had two assists for the Pirates, while Valentine and Bologna had one each.

Jaylee Wiedmer picked up the shutout in goal for the Pirates.

Platte County 4, Belton 0

Four different players scored to help the Pirates dispatch Belton at home on Tuesday, March 27.

Senior Bailey Bologna scored in the 15th minute and freshman Gabby Lopez scored in the 19th minute for Platte County. Three minutes into the second half, Destinee Smith scored to extend the lead.

Coryn Stephenson added a goal in the 53rd minute to account for the final score.

Jaylee Wiedmer posted her second straight shutout in goal for Platte County.

Park Hill South 8, Raytown 0

Three players scored two goals each to help the Panthers dominate the Blue Jays on Tuesday, March 27, at Park Hill School District Soccer Complex.

The Panthers had 16 shots on goal and scored on half of them in their second straight win.

Park Hill South got two goals each from Arley Anderson, Adah Anderson and Abi Riley.

The Panthers scored four goals in each half. Two minutes into the game, the Panthers took the lead on Macie Bolger’s goal. Arley Anderson added goals in the 11th and 33rd minute, while Adah Anderson scored in the 23rd minute.

Adah Anderson scored two minutes into the second half to make it 5-0, with assists from Emma Gillespie and Taylor Mulligan, her second assist of the contest.

Abi Riley had goals in the 68th and 79th minutes, while adding an assist on Jessie Matthews’ goal in the 75th minute. Lauren Longenecker and Taylor Evans combined for the shutout in goal for the Panthers, which didn’t allow a single shot to the Blue Jays.

Park Hill 2, Blue Valley Northwest 0

The Trojans closed out play in the MOKAN Invitational with a win in the fifth-place game on Tuesday, March 27 in Overland Park, Kan.

Dragana Andonovski and Alison Walls had the goals for the Trojans, with assists going to Aayna Weissenfluh and Jayden Dorrell.

Kelbey Emerson picked up the win and shutuout in goal for the Trojans.

Walls and Weissenfluh were named to the all-tournament team.

Park Hill South 3, Truman 0

Kate Eischens scored a hat trick and Park Hill South cruised to a season-opening win on Monday, March 26 at the Park Hill School District Soccer Complex at Park Hill South High School.

Eischens scored on a on a direct kick in the 39th minute to give the Panthers a 1-0 lead at the break. She added markers in the 42nd — on a corner kick — and in the 72nd minute with an assist by Lia Fricke.

Taylor Evans and Lauren Longenecker combined for a shutout in goal for Park Hill South against the Patriots.

Park Hill 2, Olathe South 0

The Trojans bounced back from an opening round loss and beat the Falcons in the consolation portion of the MOKAN Invitational on Monday, March 26 in Overland Park, Kan.

Alison Walls and Avery Mertz had goals for the Trojans, while Walls and Dragana Andonvoski had the assists.

Kelbey Emerson posted a shutout in goal for Park Hill.

St. Thomas Aquinas 3, Park Hill 0

The Trojans lost the opening game of the MOKAN Invitational on Saturday, March 24, in Overland Park, Kan., against the Saints.

Platte County 1, Blue Springs 0

The Pirates wrapped up their home tournament with a win in the fifth-place game of the Platte County Invitational on Wednesday, March 21 at Pirate Stadium.

Platte County got its second clean sheet of the year and Hannah Valentine scored the game’s lone goal in the second half to provide the difference.

The win moved the Pirates to 1-1-1 on the season, just missing out on the championship game with a heart-breaking loss the day prior.

Lee’s Summit West 5, Park Hill 0

The Titans spoiled the home opener for the Trojans thanks to a barrage of goals in the second half.

The game was scoreless through 61 minutes, but the Titans scored all five goals over the final 19 minutes.

Park Hill 3, Lee’s Summit West 0

Three different players scored for the Trojans to win the season opener on Friday, March 16, at Lee’s Summit High School.

Dragana Andonovski, Alison Walls and Jayden Dorrell scored, with assists going to Ayana Weissenfluh, Emily Goldsbury and Payton Watson.

Kelbey Emerson had the shutout in the net for Park Hill.