Since dropping their first two games of the season, the Mississinewa Indians have been on a roll.
That trend continued on Wednesday night, as the Indians put together a tremendous, all-around performance in an 8-0 win over Muncie Central.
“We had a really good night,” Mississinewa Head Coach Andrea Wilson said. “We scored seven in the first half, and in the first half I played a lot of the starters. They work really well together on talking and passing.”
Armed with a large lead, Wilson played many of the younger players in the second half, giving them much needed experience playing at the varsity level.
“It was really nice to see the girls that don’t get as much playing time…[out there] working hard,” Wilson said. “I could see them executing things that we’ve been working on in practice, which has been really exciting.”
While the Indians’ offense has been efficient of late, their defense has been equally as strong. In their last two games, they’ve given up just two goals.
“[As a whole,] the defense communicates with each other,” Wilson said. “They recover for each other. They are just doing things right.”
Alayna Webb scored four goals, while Lia Luchetti finished with two goals. Audrey Spencer and Kinzie also scored one apiece in the victory.