Rocks dropped Big 6 soccer opener at Quincy


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Originally Posted Online: March 30, 2013, 8:45 pm
Last Updated: March 30, 2013, 11:35 pm
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QUINCY -- The Rock Island girls' soccer team suffered a 5-0 Western Big 6 Conference loss to Quincy a Flinn Stadium on Saturday. The Rocks were outshot 49-0 in their second loss in as many matches this season.

"I think we were just definitely outmatched," Rocky coach Conan Dalton said.

Madison Cowman and Taylor Eisenberg each scored a goal to put Quincy up 2-0less than 15 minutes into the match, and Kaleigh Kuhlman scored on low rocket shots in the 30th and 32nd minutes. Kayla Bunch rounded out the scoring by finishing a corner kick cross from Madison Bruce in the 77th minute. Bunch assisted two of the first-half goals.

Had it not been for a couple diving saves from Rocky senior goalie Maggie Williams, Quincy (5-1, 2-0 Big 6) would hav escored a couple more times in the second half.

"She did a nice job," Quincy coach Travis Dinkheller said of Williams. "Even late in the game, we had several (chances) from the wing that she came out and stymied. She¹s a nice goalkeeper. She does a good job."

Rocky (0-2, 0-1) hosts Alleman in a Big 6 match on Tuesday.

Moline 9, Pekin 0: The Maroons won their second match in three days on the strength of six first-half goals. Hannah Navarette recorded a hat trick and added an assist. Moline (3-2) received two goals apiece from Sarah Hillbloom and Bri Hughes, who also tallied two assists. Kelsi Smith and Jamie Althiser capped the Moline scoring.

Alleman 7, Macomb 0: Andria Serra's three goals helped Alleman to its second consecutive victory. Emily Bollman, Olivia Gonzalez, Mary Kim Tadda and Maggie Murphy also had goals for the Pioneers (2-1). Bollman and Katie Johannes each had two assists.

Freeport 5, United Township 1: The Pretzels scored three goals in the first nine minutes to hand United Township (1-1) the loss at the Panther Pitch. Alyssa Diaz ended the scoring binge with a goal off a Katie Johnson assist in the 30th minute, but Freeport ended the half with two more goals.

Orion-Sherrard 1, Dixon 1: Down a goal with seven minutes left in regulation, Orion-Sherrard tied the match when Malerie West converted a Cassidy Clark pass for a goal.


















 



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