Lady T-Birds grind to gridlock against Scottsdale

Kian Hagerman
Mesa Legend

photo Kian HagermanMCC women’s soccer has attempted to right the ship following a string of poor performances, only to have their game on Oct. 6 against Scottsdale end in a tie.  This was just the latest in a series of difficulties the team has had to overcome, as previous games have often gone in favor of their opposition.  After a run of bad luck with a six game losing streak that began on Sept. 7, MCC was able to pick up a win on Sept 24 against South Mountain Community College.  Two shutouts against the lady T-Birds were to follow in succession however, with games against Arizona Western College on Sept. 26 and Cochise College on Sept. 29 ending 6-0 and 1-0 respectively.

A decisive victory on Oct. 2 at GateWay Community College gave MCC some momentum, seeing them finish 6-1.
That momentum was stifled somewhat in the game against Scottsdale, with both sides not conceding anything to the other throughout the 110 minutes on the field.  The standstill indicated by the score did not define the action between the teams, with many attempts on the two team’s goals being made, the constant threat of a deciding point was ever-present.  Both teams were unable to score before double overtime was concluded; the game was called with a score of 0-0.

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