MHS girls win, Panther boys drop game in local soccer action


The Lady Monarch varsity soccer squad accomplished something for the first time in five years on Tuesday.

Marysville defeated Olentangy, 1-0, for its first triumph over the Braves since 2014.

Caitlin Cotner gave MHS the only goal it would need during the opening half.

She scored on an assist from Kindall Duke.

Keeper Brielle Young was named the outstanding defensive player of the game with the shutout.

BB Rabe was named outstanding offensive player.

The Lady Monarchs will return to action on Thursday with a home contest against Columbus Bishop Watterson.

Panthers fall

Fairbanks’ boys dropped a 1-0 verdict at Delaware Hayes.

“We played well last night but ulltimately did not get a goal,” said FHS coach Matt Humphrey.

Hayes scored on a penalty kick approximately five minutes into the second half.

Weston Lorenz had six saves in goal.

The Panthers (0-2) will  host Benjamin Logan on Saturday.

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