Varsity girls’ soccer cleans up at Peyton’s Pals Tourney

Brandon Clark, Sports Writer

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Varsity soccer team show their support by wearing the Peyton’s Pals T-shirt.

The girls’ soccer team continues to drop jaws and surprise everyone with an undefeated record during Peyton’s Pals Tourney played at Pattonville High School and their overall record of 16-2. The team has been phenomenal managing to stay perfect in their conference and they are currently ranked 6th among big schools in the St. Louis Metro Area as of last week and have no plans as far as slowing down.

The team played in the Peyton’s Pals tournament last week and they absolutely dominated. Their first game was against Rosati Kain, they won 4-0. They then played Liberty High School of Wentzville and won that game 3-1. Their biggest test was the championship game in which they played Mehlville High School.

The team stayed in the game with a score of 3-3 and in the final minute of the game, star forward Kendall Battle scored the game-winning goal, with Kat Stroot picking up the assist. The team would win the tournament and advance to 16-2 on the season.

Senior defender Kat Stroot said that the team definitely didn’t play as good as they could’ve and that there is always room for improvement. That statement shows how disciplined this team is this year, especially after winning all three games.

The team now has four games left on the calendar and hopes to wrap up the regular season on a high note. The team’s biggest test that remains would have to be against Webster Groves. The Statesman have previously been ranked No. 1 and have proven to be a powerhouse the past few seasons.

The team’s next game will be played against Rockwood Summit at home on Tuesday, May 1.

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