GVS earns hard-fought win on road improving record to 3-2-2
At Tabor on October 3, 2015 at 4:15 PM
Sophomore sensation Krys Swain earned her second goal on the season on a gritty play early in the second half to secure the win. Swain earned Player of the Game.
GVS travelled to Marion MA on a blustery fall day to face the always athletic SeaWolves. Tabor jumped out early in the match, controlling the tempo and the ball. The Andover girls, led by captain Jeanine Moreau, stayed composed and kept Tabor out of the 18 yard box in spite of numerous attempts to counter quickly. Midfielder Sarah Humes ripped a powerful shot in the first half that was turned away by the Tabor keeper.
Entering the second half knotted at 0-0, the Andover girls picked up their game - notably through the midfield - and began to put together more dangerous offensive efforts. Sarah Humes, Courtney Masotti, Olivia LaMarche and Morgan Kuin were brilliant at winning the ball and beginning the Big Blue attack. Up front, Zoe Oasis, Cassie Chin, Krys Swain and Jordyn Fenton were able to stress the SeaWolves backs, attacking on the edge and with numbers. To Tabor's credit, they were able to clear away numerous efforts until an inspired effort by Krys Swain, receiving a ball wide from Sarah Humes, was able to beat her outside defender for a beautiful score.
Antonia Tammaro earned the shutout with four saves.