ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Girls Soccer: Warriors end regular season with 15 straight wins

Megan Tschida registered her fourth shutout in five games for the Brainerd Warriors who closed out their regular season with a 4-0 win over the Sartell Sabres in a Central Lakes Conference game Monday night at Adamson Field.

Megan Tschida registered her fourth shutout in five games for the Brainerd Warriors who closed out their regular season with a 4-0 win over the Sartell Sabres in a Central Lakes Conference game Monday night at Adamson Field.

It was the 15th consecutive win for the CLC champion Warriors after a season-opening 4-0 loss Aug. 27 to Section 8-2A foe Rogers.

Ally Smith finished with a pair of second-half goals and an assist. Haley Beavers opened the scoring and Brainerd led 2-0 at the half after an own goal off the head of a Sartell defender on a cross by Lexi Roby.

The Warriors outshot the Sabres 16-1.

"What an amazing group of young women and an amazing accomplishment this season to win 15 in a row," said Brainerd coach Grant Gmeinder. "And the way they did it - most of those games were pretty decisive."

ADVERTISEMENT

In 16 games, Brainerd outscored its opponents 81-15 - winning eight games by shutout.

The Warriors will host a Section 8-2A quarterfinal game Thursday.

Sartell 0 0 - 0

Brainerd 2 2 - 4

First half: B-Haylie Beavers (Ally Smith) 5:51; B-own goal 28:36

Second half: B-Ally Smith (Lexi Roby) 8:40; B-Smith 16:06

Shots on goal: S 1, B 16

Goalkeepers: S-Sara Higgins (12 saves); B-Megan Tschida (1 save)

ADVERTISEMENT

Conference: B 12-0. Overall: B 15-1. Next: Brainerd in Section 8-2A quarterfinals Thursday TBA.

What To Read Next
Hull was a five-time 50-goal scorer, led the NHL in goalscoring seven times, twice won the Hart Trophy and was voted a First-Team All-Star on the left wing 10 times.
The Central Lakes College Raiders faced Itasca Saturday, Jan. 28.
The Central Lakes College Raiders traveled to Grand Rapids Saturday, Jan. 28.
Former Brainerd Warrior Olivia King is enjoying her senior season as a member of the University of Minnesota Gopher women's hockey team.