Henderhan Sets New Saves Record, but Leps Fall At Field 3-2 – Girls Soccer
Field 3, Louisville 2
Sophomore goalkeeper Amelia Henderhan recorded 35 saves to break the single match team record for the second straight game. She recorded 25 saves in the Lady Leopards 5-2 home win over Perry last Saturday to erase the old mark of 20. According to the OSSCA website, Henderhan leads the entire state in saves with 123 following her record-breaking day against the Falcons.
Henderhan is quickly approaching two other school saves records as well. She needs just 3 saves to tie her own single season mark of 126 which she set a season ago. With 16 more saves she will match the Lady Leopards career record of 265 set by Mackenzie Brown from 2015-2018. There is a good chance that both these marks could be broken Monday at Lake.
On offense, junior Morgan Keelan scored her team leading 7th goal of the season and freshman Natalie Lab added her 3rd goal of the year for Louisville. Assists were provided by freshman Matti Benson and junior Morgan Mayle.
The loss snaps the Leopards 4 game winning streak over the Falcons between the years of 2004 to 2019. Louisville still leads the all-time series 4-1-1 which includes a 1-1-1 record in matches played at Field dating back to 2003.
JV: Field 2, Louisville 1
UP NEXT: The Lady Leopards will next travel to face the Lake Blue Streaks on Monday, September 14. JV will begin at 5:15 PM with Varsity following at 7:00 PM.
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