Corry's girls soccer team played at Titusville for the second time winning with a score of 4-0 on Thursday.
"It was a scoreless first half and the girls had to not only play against Titusville but also battle through the worst officiating I have ever seen," claimed coach Brendan Boucher. "The amount of free kicks Titusville was awarded could have easily swung the momentum of the game. But the girls pushed through and came out fired up for the second half.
"Abbi Fralick scored off of a cross from Skylar Riedel that the refs waved off as offsides," he claimed.
But these goals did count: Riedel scored on an unassisted direct kick from a tripping penalty; Riedel scored again assisted by Camryn Fox; Fox scored next ricocheting the ball off of a defender; and Lexi Scholar scored with an assist from Maddy Rivera.
"This was a perfect example of why I love this year," admitted Boucher. "They play for each other and don’t give up. I was carded for the first time in my whole soccer career as a player or coach for defending them on the field. And in return they came out and scored four unanswered goals.
"Next up we have a tough matchup against Warren on Monday night," he noted.