Tied in knots

The first win of the season is proving elusive for Girls Varsity Soccer.
The team held Birmingham Groves and Seaholm to zero goals, but they fought just as hard to keep Clarkston from scoring, ending both nights with tied games, 0-0.
‘I was expecting a competitive game,? said coach Sarah Wasilk about their game against Seaholm. ‘I think they definitely played a great game. We had some opportunities. Unfortunately we didn’t capitalize on them. Julie Warner had an excellent game.?
The weather from Friday night’s weather pushed Lady Wolves game against Waterford Mott back to Saturday.
Prior to playing Clarkston, Mott won their game against Pontiac Northern, 8-0.
The Wolves scored two goals in the game, but every time they scored, Mott responded with a goal to tie the score.
The game ended with one more tie for the girls, 2-2.
They ended the week with their overall record at 0-3-3.
This week they played Avondale on Tuesday. The girls will host Farmington on Thursday and travel to Grand Blanc on Friday.
Next week, the ladies will play Groves and Seaholm again. They host Groves on Monday and will play at Seaholm on Thursday.
JV begins at 5:30 p.m., varsity follows at 7 p.m. JV will play Seaholm at 5 p.m.