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Lady Eagles Shut Out Cambria Heights

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Noah Newlin

The Lady Eagles pulled out a 3-0 win against Cambria Heights on Monday, October 16th.

Tyrone started off strong and they were prepared to pull out a win. They got the advantage when Senior Annie Bardell chipped a ball over Cambria Heights’s defensive line. Junior Briley Campbell made a run and the ball landed right at her feet. She took a shot and it skipped right past the keeper.

The game continued on and the Lady Eagles kept up the intensity. Minutes later, a penalty was called after a shove from Cambria Heights and Tyrone was awarded a penalty kick. Freshman Allie Blaska took the kick. It curved perfectly into the top right corner, high enough that the keeper couldn’t get her fingers on it. This ended the half and left the score 2-0.

The second half started and Tyrone kept up the pressure. They were prepared to keep the game as a shutout. They progressed down the field, constantly attacking Cambria Heights’s defensive line. At minute 70, a ball from senior captain Lainey Quick landed at the feet of Campbell. She took a shot wide and it went into the back of the net, giving Tyrone their third point of the game.

The rest of the half played out and although Cambria Heights tried their best to get on the board, they could not get past the Tyrone defensive line. The Lady Eagles won 3-0, giving Freshman Pyper Sparklin her second shut out of the season.

After this win, everyone was very pleased, including head coach Mike Sparacino. “I was very happy with the team’s performance. Our passing, communication and defensive shape were excellent. We were able to put consistent pressure on their defense and did a great job of finishing our chances,” said Sparacino.

This win took the Lady Eagles record to 6-10.

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Makenzie Soellner, Staff Writer
Makenzie Soellner is a senior and this is her first year in Eagle Eye. She plays for the girl’s varsity soccer team and spends most of her free time on the field with her teammates. When she's not playing soccer, she will most likely be listening to music or hanging out with her friends. Her favorite artists include Taylor Swift, The Backseat Lovers, Lizzy McAlpine, and Gracie Abrams. After she graduates, she plans on attending a four-year college to study education. Her two obsessions are shopping and getting Greenbean coffee with her friends. This year, she hopes to cover many stories about the girl's soccer team as well as the interesting things that are happening in the town.

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