D’Angelo 11 Goals Propels Girls Soccer to Victory

Girls soccer defeats Philipsburg twice over the long weekend with Riley D’Angelo scoring 11 goals for Tyrone.

Thursday Night Away 8-0

In the first seven minutes of the game, D’Angelo had a hat trick.

D’Angelo’s first goal was at 1:08 with an assist from Kendall Markley.  Tyrone stole the ball from Philipsburg, and worked it up to Markley to allow her to cross it into the box for D’Angelo to score. Forty seconds later D’Angelo and Markley stuck again in the same fashion. D’Angelo’s next goal was at 6:33 with an assist from Sophia Nelson.

Lindsey Parks scored her first goal of the year with an assist from D’Angelo. The final goal of the half was by D’Angelo with an assist by Madison Soellner. Tyrone possessed the ball for most of this half with letting very few balls cross the 50 yard line.

In the second half, Tyrone’s offense settled down a bit with only scoring three goals later in the half. D’Angelo scored two more goals this half. The first was a ball chipped to her by Cate Baran. D’Angelo whizzed passed Philipsburg defense, and put the ball into the back of the net. D’Angelo’s next goal was unassisted. D’Angelo worked her way through the defense to open up another opportunity to score.

Nelson also had her first goal. D’Angelo took a shot at the goalie, and it deflected off of the goalie. Nelson then crashed the net and scored.

Jessica Chronister had her first start in net and shut out of the season. Chronister had three saves for Tyrone.

Saturday Morning Home 6-1

Coming off of a win from Thursday, girls soccer was determined to win again. Tyrone’s offense did not slow down and put up six more goals.

D’Angelo had five goals this game. D’Angelo’s first goal was at 8:54 with an assist from Aaryanna Wright. A few minutes later, the duo struck again for D’Angelo struck again. D’Angelo had her third goal of the half with an assist from Baran at 33:31.

Philipsburg scored their only goal at 32:55 by Savannah Miller with their very few chances at offense.

In the second half, D’Angelo had two more goals with assists from Parks and Soellner. Markley had her first goal with an assist from Jayden Shuke.

The defense was very strong and didn’t allow any shots except for the one goal.