Seguin girls advance to Edgewood soccer tournament final
Posted on 1/16/2018 6:02:00 AM.
(San Antonio) – The Seguin girls soccer team came up short to Laredo-United 4-0 in the championship match of the Edgewood ISD Tournament on Saturday to cap an otherwise successful three-day stretch that saw the Matadors notch five victories and only one loss.

Seguin opened the tournament with a pair of wins on Thursday, edging Sam Houston 1-0 and blanking St. Anthony 6-0.

Jade Ross scored the only goal against Sam Houston. Merary Contreras recorded a hat trick (three goals) in the win over St. Anthony. Ross, Ashley Burnett, and Chloe Rincon each produced one goal.

The Matadors dominated Floresville 5-0 and outlasted Laredo-Martin 4-3 on Friday.

Ross added two more goals to her tournament total against Floresville. Contreras, Tempest Flaggs, and Sirena Vela each scored once.

Burnett produced two goals against Martin, while Ross and Kaylie Koenen each found the back of the net once.

Prior to Saturday’s championship round loss to Laredo-United, Seguin shut out San Antonio-Kennedy 4-0.

Brenda Vargas netted two goals against Kennedy, Flaggs and Vela each scored once, and Contreras delivered an assist. Goalkeeper Samantha Lum recorded three saves.

Lum notched 12 saves in the loss to Laredo-United on Saturday afternoon.

After a 5-1 tournament run, Seguin’s season record is 6-3. The Matadors play a home match against Brenham this Friday at 6 p.m.



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