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Tale of two halves against Broome » Herkimer Generals

Tale of two halves against Broome

HERKIMER, NY – After a five-game win streak, which saw the women's soccer team score an impressive 19 goals, the team has been unable to find the net in its last two games, losing this past Saturday 2-0 to Broome Community College.

The Lady Generals (7-3-1) had three good chances to score in the first half against the Hornets. Jessica Williamson (Mexico, NY) and Kalli Warmingham (Newport, NY) each had near misses to the right side of the goal in the 20th, 27th and 38th minute.

The first goal of the game came in the 39th minute off the foot of Danielle Tyrell. Tyrell caught Herkimer goalie Kristi Bills (Northville, NY) too far away from the net for the 1-0 lead.

Bills redeemed herself in the second half when she again found herself one-on-one with Tyrell. Bills slide into the ball perfectly, not allowing Tyrell the shot in the 58th after she got behind the Herkimer defense. Bills finished the game with six saves.

38 seconds later, Broome kept the pressure on giving the Hornets a 2-0 lead in the 59th. Scoring was Renee Cashaw.

With their first losing streak this season, which stands at two games, the Lady Generals host rival Mohawk Valley Community College this Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. The Hawks, ranked No. 2, have yet to play Herkimer this season.

-Giorgio Varlaro; Athletic Website Manager

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