Ready for first win

Lady Kickers fought through the cold as they continued further into their new spring season.
They ended both games last week against Waterford Kettering and Waterford Mott tied. The Lady Wolves scored two goals on Kettering in the second half of the game.
‘We had a rough first half,? said Coach Sarah Wasilk. ‘But we came from a 2-0 deficit, so I was proud of them for that.?
Megan Johnson scored the first goal from an assist from Megan McCallum, who scored a goal later on from a pass from Lauren Wagner.
The Wolves played Mott on Thursday and tied, 1-1.
‘It was a well-played match between both teams,? said Wasilk. ‘We were really working hard and it was clear both teams wanted to win.?
The Lady Corsairs scored within the first eight minutes.
Clarkston took possession from face off and headed into Mott’s territory. Alex Rodebach used her control on the ball as she pushed past defense. She kicked the ball and it sailed to the top of the net for the Wolves? lone goal of the game.
The Lady Wolves? defense kept Mott from scoring during the remainder of the game.
‘We already have four injuries on defense and my subs, Emily Roan and Andrea Butler, really stepped it up and were solid,? said Wasilk.
Demaree Wells had ten saves during the game and the team made three shots on goal.
‘They were a great opponent and worked really hard,? said Mott Coach Evan Baker. ‘I am not totally satisfied with a tie but sometimes it happens. It was a great game.?
Mott had played the Wolves earlier in the season during a scrimmage and knew what to expect.
‘They looked pretty good,? said Baker. ‘They have a lot of players and a lot of depth.?
The girls played Farmington Hills Harrison on Monday and lost, 1-0.
The JV team won their fourth game at Harrison. It was the also the girls third mercy win with a score 8-0.
The girls will play one more game before going on spring break. at Birmingham Groves on Wednesday.
JV begins at 5 p.m., varsity follows.