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The Yavapai College women’s soccer team broke its record for most goals scored by a Roughrider team in a single game on Saturday, September 24 at Ken Lindley Field when the Roughriders dismantled the South Mountain Community College Cougars with a score of 12-0 . The previous record for goals in a single game for YC was five, which the 2021 team achieved on two separate occasions.
With the win, the Roughriders extend their winning streak to four games and move to 5-4 overall with a 4-0 conference record.
In the blink of an eye, Yavapai scored eight goals in a span of 25 minutes in the first half.
One minute after the pair of goals, second striker aj jones he scored on a breakaway and the Roughriders benefited from an “own goal” by a South Mountain player to increase their lead to 4–0.
sophomore midfielder Dani Seas took home YC’s next goal with the sophomore striker samantha massacre receiving assistance. After Mares, Urtado scored his second goal of the match while Jones helped the scoreboard as YC increased their lead to 6-0.
Seconds after Urtado’s second goal of the night, Reyes hit a ball into the back of the net for his second goal of the night with the rookie midfielder. Miranda Pena collecting assistance.
The final score of the first half came from the foot of the rookie midfielder Angelina de Leon while Peña also took home the assist on that score.
The teams then headed into the break with YC winning 8-0. After a quiet start to the second half, the Roughriders mounted a fast and furious end to the match, scoring four times in a span of ten minutes to take the game to its 12-0 finish.
A few minutes later, the freshman defender Ziyana Of The Warrior Kings pushed the lead into double figures with a goal while Merino and Robson took home the assists.
A minute after Guerrero’s goal, Peña found the back of the net for a goal and was assisted by Slaughter on the play.
Five minutes after Pena’s goal, the Roughriders’ final goal of the day came from rookie midfielder Marissa Pond, who was assisted by Slaughter and Robson.
Until next time
The Roughriders return to action on Tuesday, September 27 in Prescott, Arizona at Ken Lindley Field, where they will take on the Paradise Valley Community College Cougars at 6 p.m.
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