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Photo Credit With Permission Allie Parsons

The week of September 10th started what would be a tough first week as the Lady Rams faced three of their toughest opponents all in the span of four days .

Parkside’s  first game, Monday, was against rival James M. Bennett High under the lights at the county stadium. It was an evenly matched game between the two teams, Parkside playing a bit of catch up, but every time Bennett got one in the back of the net Parkside answered it immediately with another goal. Freshman Amanda Bounds had a goal during the first half while junior Leah Vilov had a hat trick scoring three goals throughout the game. At the end of the second half Parkside was down 4-5.  With less than a minute left, senior Ava Walter scored giving the Rams another chance in overtime. With both teams exhausted it was an offsides goal that gave Bennett the win.  Head coach Jackson said “We played a great game and none of these girls should be hanging their heads.  They all gave 110% and played their hearts out and that’s all we could’ve asked for”.

On Tuesday the Rams traveled to Queen Anne’s hoping to have better luck this game. The fatigued girls had an off game and lost yet again making their record 0-2, a tough start to the season.

With one more game left in the hardest week of their season, on Thursday the Lady Rams faced Kent Island at home.  Kent Island was a close game, both teams not scoring for the first part of the game but finally Kent Island scored. Parkside then picked up the pace, scoring two goals from junior Leah Vilov and another by sophomore Elli Davis. With the victory the Rams’ record is 1-2 and they are ready to take on the rest of their season.  Good luck to the Lady Rams!


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Parkside Women’s Soccer