East Sac County Raider soccer teams split with Greene County

The East Sac County Soccer Teams split with the Greene County Rams, with the girls winning 9-0 and the boys falling 10-0

The Raider girls soccer team had the season high in goal output in a 9-0 win over the Rams of Greene County. The scoring was started just six minutes in when Kenna Meyer scored her 14th of the season to give the Raiders a 1-0 lead. The Raiders would pad their lead with back-to-back goals in 30 seconds when Chloe Bieret and Cora Mahler both found the back of the net and the Raiders would lead 3-0. Meyer could collect her second goal of the match to make it 4-0 at the half. The Raiders would again strike quickly in the second half when Davanee Boger added a tally with just 6 and a half minutes gone in the second half. The Raiders would see the fifth different player score when Hannah Pudenz connected to make it a 6-0 Raider lead. The Raiders would see three goals from Meyer over a seven-minute stretch to give the Raiders a 9-0 lead, which is the margin they would win by. For Meyer, she had five goals in the winning effort and now has 18 on the season. The Raiders improve to 5-8, and the Rams fall to 1-11. The teams will rematch Monday evening in Wall Lake around 7:30 pm in the playoffs a game that will be broadcast on KKIA

The boys game saw 2A #6 Greene County Rams knock off the East Sac County Raiders 10-0. The first 13 minutes of the match saw the teams play to a scoreless draw. However, the Rams would tally two goals over the next 10 minutes to lead 2-0 with 20 to go in the opening half. The Rams would add 6 more goals over the final 16:27 of the second half, as the Rams lead 6-0 at the break. The second half saw the Rams score 4 more goals and go on to win 10-0, and the game would conclude with 9:51 left. The Raiders wrap up the regular season at 3-8, the Rams end the regular season at 11-4. Up next the Raiders will host a playoff game for the first time in school history on Monday afternoon when they play host to Kuemper in Wall Lake at 5:30 pm and a game that will be broadcast on KKIA


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