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 September 14, 2013

HCC Sports Information

CNANUTE – The No. 11 Hutchinson Community College women’s soccer team had five different goal scorers and posted a third-straight shutout in a 5-0 Jayhawk Conference victory at Neosho County on Friday night.

The Lady Dragons (5-0, 4-0 Jayhawk Conference) won for the fifth-straight time to start the season and have defeated Neosho County (3-2, 1-1) nine-straight times, the last eight by shutout.

All five Hutchinson goals were scored by freshmen: Ashley Krier, Bianca Reynolds, Ashley Johnson, Siobhon Wilson and Jen Rogers. Freshman Jade Nash had two assists, while Rogers and Melissa Vega each added assists.

Hutchinson out-shot Neosho County 22-4 (14-2 in shots on goal) and didn’t let a shot reach freshman goalkeeper Bailey Shupe in the opening 45 minutes. But it took a while for the Lady Dragons to get their offense rolling on Chanute High School’s FieldTurf as Neosho County defended the HCC offensive zone well.

As the half wore on, though, HCC finally started to find passing lanes through the defense and started to generate scoring chances.

The Lady Dragons finally beat Neosho County keeper Breanna Williams in the 31st minute of the game when Krier netted her second of the season on a feed into the box from Nash for a 1-0 lead.

The Lady Dragons kept pressuring in the first half and within a 2 1/2 minute stretch, Hutch led 3-0.

Reynolds scored her first of the season on a Rogers assists in the 42nd minute. Then with 46 seconds left in the opening half, Nash dumped a free kick from just inside midfield into the box that Johnson made a play on and scored her second goal of the season.

It took just 2 minutes, 55 seconds of elapsed time in the second half for a 4-0 lead on a Wilson goal from a Vega cross.

The game then became a bit of a stalemate, but in the 73rd minute, Rogers stole a goal kick, moved in and blasted a shot past Williams to the lower right-hand corner for her 14th goal of the season and a 5-0 lead with 7:21 to play in the game.

Shupe (5-0, 3 shutouts) didn’t see her first shot on goal until the second minute of the second half. Shupe, who wasn’t really challenged with a quality scoring chance against, had two saves for the game.

Neosho County’s Williams had nine saves.

The Lady Dragons continue a three-game road trip on Tuesday with a 5 p.m. game against Cowley College in Arkansas City.

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