In their final regular season contest on Saturday afternoon, the Mississinewa Indians uncharacteristically struggled, falling to the Taylor Titans by a score of 5-2.
Alayna Webb got the Indians on the scoreboard early, but they could not get much going after that.
Mississinewa heads into sectional play on a three-game losing streak.
“We did not have a good game,” Mississinewa Head Coach Andrea Wilson said. “We scored the first goal in the first three minutes, and then we struggled the rest of the half. We didn’t pass well. Our trapping did not look good. We didn’t play well as a team together. It was just a really off day. Sometimes you have those, so you have to move on.”
Now, Wilson and the Indians are looking to regroup heading into their sectional opener against Maconaquah.
“We are looking for a win,” Wilson said. “We really want to make it through Tuesday and Thursday, and we want to be there on Saturday. We’ve talked about it a lot through the season – we just need to get back to working together as a team.”