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A first-half goal by Amanda Shorman tied the match up around 15 minutes in, but it wasn’t enough as Noble went on to a 2-1 halftime lead and added a late second-half goal.
“Amanda played hard the entire game, and we had several great shots on goal. We just couldn’t finish. Despite the outcome, my girls played very hard and I’m proud of them,” said Ada head coach Hannah McCullough. “My backline of Dixie Redman, Colee Rogers, Hunter Martinez and Indy Hughes played tough and kept the ball on Noble’s half (of the field) most of the game.”
Rogers on the back line, Kyla Mitchell in the midfield and Shorman out front played well, according to McCullough.
“All of them who played extremely well and are my more experienced girls, on whom we will rely on as the season progresses,” McCullough said. “We have things to work on to get better, but I am proud of this bunch of girls and their dedication to the game.”
The Lady Cougars, 0-1 on the season, will visit McLoud at 5:30 tonight.