Brianna Pollitt (12) advances the ball into the offensive zone during the second half of the S-C Lady Tigers’ Black and Gold Scrimmage. Teammate Maddie Davidson (9) moves up to support Pollitt’s rush while Emma Sharp (20) defends the play. The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer team had its annual Black and Gold Scrimmage on Thursday afternoon at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccer Field. Varsity and JV players were mixed on the two squads. The Black unit won, 6-5.


With Marilyn Ream (18) moving in on defense, Maddie Davidson (9) looks for a passing lane near the goal Thursday afternoon during the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer team’s annual Black and Gold Scrimmage at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccier Field. Varsity and JV players were mixed on each team, and the Black squad emerged with a 6-5 victory.

The team opens its season Tuesday at Moberly.


Marilyn Ream (18) protects the ball from Nadia Ostapenko during the Black and Gold Scrimmage on Thursday. After the scrimmage, head oach Adam Murray said, “I thought the intersquad was really productive for our team. We wanted to get the girls into some game situations and get them used to playing 70-80 minutes. We were able to accomplish both of those things. I thought both teams possessed the ball well and capitalized on some good goal scoring opportunities. We still have some things to work on but overall the girls performed very well for early in the season.”


Brianna Pollitt (12) advances the ball into the offensive zone during the second half of the S-C Lady Tigers’ Black and Gold Scrimmage. Teammate Maddie Davidson (9) moves up to support Pollitt’s rush while Emma Sharp (20) defends the play. The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer team had its annual Black and Gold Scrimmage on Thursday afternoon at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccer Field. Varsity and JV players were mixed on the two squads. The Black unit won, 6-5.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_GSOC.BlackAndGold3.jpgBrianna Pollitt (12) advances the ball into the offensive zone during the second half of the S-C Lady Tigers’ Black and Gold Scrimmage. Teammate Maddie Davidson (9) moves up to support Pollitt’s rush while Emma Sharp (20) defends the play. The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer team had its annual Black and Gold Scrimmage on Thursday afternoon at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccer Field. Varsity and JV players were mixed on the two squads. The Black unit won, 6-5.

With Marilyn Ream (18) moving in on defense, Maddie Davidson (9) looks for a passing lane near the goal Thursday afternoon during the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer team’s annual Black and Gold Scrimmage at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccier Field. Varsity and JV players were mixed on each team, and the Black squad emerged with a 6-5 victory.

The team opens its season Tuesday at Moberly.

http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_GSOC.BlackAndGold2.jpgWith Marilyn Ream (18) moving in on defense, Maddie Davidson (9) looks for a passing lane near the goal Thursday afternoon during the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer team’s annual Black and Gold Scrimmage at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccier Field. Varsity and JV players were mixed on each team, and the Black squad emerged with a 6-5 victory.

The team opens its season Tuesday at Moberly.

Marilyn Ream (18) protects the ball from Nadia Ostapenko during the Black and Gold Scrimmage on Thursday. After the scrimmage, head oach Adam Murray said, “I thought the intersquad was really productive for our team. We wanted to get the girls into some game situations and get them used to playing 70-80 minutes. We were able to accomplish both of those things. I thought both teams possessed the ball well and capitalized on some good goal scoring opportunities. We still have some things to work on but overall the girls performed very well for early in the season.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_GSOC.BlackAndGold7.jpgMarilyn Ream (18) protects the ball from Nadia Ostapenko during the Black and Gold Scrimmage on Thursday. After the scrimmage, head oach Adam Murray said, “I thought the intersquad was really productive for our team. We wanted to get the girls into some game situations and get them used to playing 70-80 minutes. We were able to accomplish both of those things. I thought both teams possessed the ball well and capitalized on some good goal scoring opportunities. We still have some things to work on but overall the girls performed very well for early in the season.”

Brianna Pollitt (12) advances the ball into the offensive zone during the second half of the S-C Lady Tigers’ Black and Gold Scrimmage. Teammate Maddie Davidson (9) moves up to support Pollitt’s rush while Emma Sharp (20) defends the play. The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer team had its annual Black and Gold Scrimmage on Thursday afternoon at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccer Field. Varsity and JV players were mixed on the two squads. The Black unit won, 6-5.

With Marilyn Ream (18) moving in on defense, Maddie Davidson (9) looks for a passing lane near the goal Thursday afternoon during the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer team’s annual Black and Gold Scrimmage at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccier Field. Varsity and JV players were mixed on each team, and the Black squad emerged with a 6-5 victory.

The team opens its season Tuesday at Moberly.

Marilyn Ream (18) protects the ball from Nadia Ostapenko during the Black and Gold Scrimmage on Thursday.

After the scrimmage, head oach Adam Murray said, “I thought the intersquad was really productive for our team. We wanted to get the girls into some game situations and get them used to playing 70-80 minutes. We were able to accomplish both of those things. I thought both teams possessed the ball well and capitalized on some good goal scoring opportunities. We still have some things to work on but overall the girls performed very well for early in the season.”

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