Girls Soccer Roundup: Solon’s Durr Sets Single Season Scoring Record in Win Over Maquoketa
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Josie Durr now has the trio of Solon goal scoring records all to herself.
Durr set a new school record for goals in a single season with five goals in a 7-2 win over Maquoketa on Tuesday at Spartan Stadium.
The five goals on Tuesday give Durr a state-best 52 this season, breaking the previous single-season record set by Alison McKinnie in 2011.
Durr broke the school records for goals in a game and career earlier this season both previously held by McKinnie.
The five goals by Durr on Tuesday helped Class 1A No. 11 Solon improve to 9-3 on the season with its third straight win.
Megan Tucker had a goal and an assist and Taylor Ryan added a goal for Solon in the win.
Maquoketa dropped to 3-6 on the season with the loss.
Regina Snaps Skid With Win Over Northeast
Class 1A fifth-ranked Regina snapped a three-match losing skid with a 9-0 win over Northeast (1-7) on Tuesday at Regal Field.
Lauren Gaarde scored four goals and Anna Ziniel had two goals at two assists as Regina improved to 2-5 on the season with its first win since April 20.
Regina lost three straight matches to 3A No. 8 West Des Moines Dowling, 3A No. 10 Ames and St. Francis (Illinois) by a combined score of 9-1.
The Regals bounced back in a big way on Tuesday with five different players recording goals in the win.
Emma Welter had a goal and an assist and Stephanie Stenger and Greyson Dumont each had a goal for Regina.
Kennede Nosbisch had an assist for Regina.
City High Shuts Out Waterloo West
Grace Brown and Sydney Schroder each scored a pair of goals as Class 3A No. 14 City High defeated Waterloo West 4-0 in a Mississippi Valley Conference match on Tuesday in Waterloo.
Brown gave City High a 1-0 lead with a penalty kick goal and Schroder put the Little Hawks up 2-0 with her first goal of the game and third of the season.
Schroder made it 3-0 with a goal off a Sydney DePrenger assist and Brown capped the scoring with her team-leading fifth goal of the year.
City High improved to 6-4 on the season and 4-3 in MVC play while Waterloo West dropped to 2-6 and 2-4 in MVC action.