The Mississinewa Indians continued their season-best start on Saturday, as they defeated the Blackford Bruins by a score of 3-0.
Mississinewa had their troubles early on in the match, but they were able to find their footing and their offensive rhythm, taking a 1-0 lead into halftime.
The Indians carried that momentum the rest of the way, picking up two more goals, while goalkeeper Savannah Herrera made 14 saves to record the shutout.
“We struggled a little bit [early] on grass, just like we always do, but we worked out the kinks,” Mississinewa Head Coach Andrea Wilson said. “In the second half, I thought we played a lot better. We had a lot more energy, passed better, [and] talked better.”
Alayna Webb scored two goals for the Indians, while Lia Luchetti recorded the other.