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Girls Soccer Recaps from Monday, September 27

Girls Soccer Recaps from Monday, September 27

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Wapahani 2, Rushville 1 (home)
Suicide Awareness and Prevention Benefit Game

Edited Rushville recap from coach Kallie Peterman: The Rushville Lady Lions hosted their first annual Suicide Awareness and Prevention benefit game in memory of Zora Allstatter and in support of SPARC. From donations and selling t-shirts, the Lady Lions raised over $800 in memory of those who have lost their lives to suicide.

In attendance at the game were members of SPARC and Zora’s family. It was an honor to get to recognize their efforts in changing lives and spreading awareness for Suicide Awareness Month. In honor of Suicide Awareness Month, Rushville wore purple uniforms supporting the cause.

The Lady Lions thanks everyone who made this first annual Suicide Awareness and Prevention game possible. A big thank you goes out to: individuals who purchased our fundraiser t-shirts, the Rushville Elks Lodge for sponsoring our uniforms this evening, fans from both Rushville and Wapahani for supporting our benefit game, IHSAA for approving purple uniforms, our athletic department and staff for believing in our cause and mission, Mark Kinsey and Team Sports Inc. for designing and printing our t-shirts, Lady Lion soccer team members for their hard work, SPARC group for their help in making this a successful event, Zora’s family who has supported our mission from the very beginning, and to those in the community and surrounding areas who have reached out and contributed to make this day special. We look forward to hosting this event each fall in the years to come.

The Lady Lions fell just short of Wapahani and lost 2-1. The lone goal for Rushville was scored by senior Allie Yung. Shots on goal for the Lady Lions included: junior Belle Gossett 6, Yung 4, junior Izzy Wilson 2, senior Lexi Morris 1 and junior Haley Shoffner 1. The Lady Lions defensive line held Wapahani for 5 offsides calls. Junior keeper Kelby Roberts had 8 saves.

Milan 2, Southwestern 0 (home)
0-0 at half

Edited Southwestern recap from coach Nancy Totten: We played Milan at home as the second game of the evening. The game was still 0-0 halfway through the second half. Milan scored a short time later and then once again in the dim light with two minutes to go.

I was very proud of our whole team and their play. They played and worked well together. Julia Worcester and Kaylee Deweese did a great job controlling the middle of the field.

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