Eagles soccer splits games
August 27, 2008 · Updated 7:06 PM
The Lady Eagles soccer team split a pair of Wesco North league games Oct. 3-5.
Arlington lost to the visiting Lady Panthers of Snohomish 3-1, Thursday, Oct. 5 and defeated the Lady Wildcats of Oak Harbor by the same score Tuesday, Oct. 3.
Freshman midfielder Jessica VanLoo scored the lone goal for the Eagles against Snohomish (6-3-2 in league play and overall).
Arlington dropped to 2-7-1 in league, 2-7-1 overall with the loss at John C. Larson Stadium.
Senior forward Roxanne Pederson assisted on VanLoos goal.
At Arlington H.S.
Goals: Snohomish Williams, Taylor, Tombelaine. Arlington VanLoo.
Assists: Snohomish Ross, Alvarado 2. Arlington R. Pederson.
Goalkeepers: Snohomish Goverde. Arlington Parlin
Records: Snohomish 6-3-2 in league and overall. Arlington 2-7-1 in league, 2-7-1 overall.
The Arlington Lady Eagles soccer team improved to 2-6-1 in league play and overall with a 3-1 victory over winless Oak Harbor.
The Tuesday, Oct. 3, Wesco North League match featured goals by freshman midfielder Jessica VanLoo, senior forward Roxanne Pederson and sophomore defender Erin Taylor.
VanLoo also had two assists in the winning effort.
The host Lady Wildcats of Oak Harbor fell to 0-7-1.
At Memorial Stadium
Goals: Arlington Peterson, Taylor, VanLoo. Oak Harbor Silveira.
Assists: Arlington VanLoo 2, Allen. Oak Harbor Mangiameli.
Goalkeepers: Arlington Parln. Oak Harbor Roberts.