Girls soccer | Century 4, John Marshall 1

Century knocked in three goals in the first half and rolled to a 4-1 win over John Marshall in a Big Nine Conference girls soccer game at JM Stadium on Thursday night.

Kayla Chang and Katelyn Swanson scored two goals each for Century as the Panthers won their fourth straight to end the regular season.

"We came ready to play tonight," said Century coach Karen LaDue. "We are playing some of our best soccer now at the end of the season."

JM coach Kevin Lowery said hat Swanson and Chang "dominated" play in the middle of the field.

"In a nutshell Century out played us in all aspects of the game tonight," said JM coach Kevin Lowery. "They were faster, better technically, tactically, and more aggressive then our girls. Hats off to them."


Century improved to 8-5-3 overall and finished 6-3-2 in the Big Nine. JM had a two-game win streak snapped and is 6-8-0 overall and 6-5-0 in the conference.

"Our goal was to win the first half, not knowing how the weather was going to hold up," LaDue said. "We have to be happy with the way things turned out."

Century 4, John Marshall 1

Century #3#1#—#4

John Marshall #0#1#—#1

Century: Kayla Chang 2 goals; Katelyn Swanson 2 goals, 1 assist; Kieran Mehta 2 assists. Goalie:Kate Cronin 4 saves.

John Marshall: Tessa Gushulak 1 goal. Goalie:Zoe Zanella 5 saves.

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