The Kingwood Lady Mustangs soccer team beat Baytown Sterling Tuesday night on the road 4-0 to win the district title for the 28th year in a row.
Kingwood outshot the Lady Rangers 29-5 and completely dominated the possession and ball movement in the game. The opening goal was scored in the sixth minute by sophomore Alex Dumais off of a cross from senior Carly Stroud. Fifteen minutes later, junior Colleen Feagins intercepted a defensive mishap and beat the goalkeeper with a great shot, making the score 2-0. Then, just before halftime, Carly Stroud again earned an assist by getting the ball to sophomore Emma Ebert who smashed it high into the back of the net. In the second half, the Lady Mustangs completely dominated possession and didn’t allow Sterling to mount many attacks. The only shots that went past the defense were scooped up or saved by sophomore goalkeeper, Mikayla Carlos.
Just 13 minutes into the half, Colleen Feagins beat four defenders on the dribble to break free and take the Lady Ranger goalkeeper bringing the score to 4-0. The Lady Mustang defense (senior Rachel Guilfoyle, senior Katie Rook, junior Sam Arrollado, junior Jade Talsma, junior Sarah Schumacher and freshman Lilly Van Meter) played a great game and limited the Lady Rangers to only five total shots, with only four of them getting on target.
The Lady Mustangs face C.E. King on Friday at Turner Stadium.