Girls Soccer Benefit Game Results

The Girls Soccer Benefit Game was held last night and was a big success. A large crowd gathered to watch the girls take on Seymour and to support the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh in honor of Chelsea Wheeler.

The game was a very physical game right from the start and a lot of free kicks were called for. Oxford took a lot of shots early most of them going wide. Seymour though was the first to find the back of the net. Play continued on and Maddie Sastram from Oxford shortly tied the score up. It was followed by another goal from Molly Sastram of Oxford to take a 2-1 lead.

The second half was just as physical as the first. One a free kick just outside the box, Seymour was able to find the back of the net to tie the score at 2-2. Jess Kondic on the left of the goal took a brilliant shot with very little room to find the back of the net to take a 3-2 lead. With about ten minutes left in the game Seymour was able to tie it back up. In the last few minutes, Oxford had a few scoring opportunities but were unable to score and the final score was a 3-3 tie.

The entire soccer team, the school and parents would like to thank all those who attended the game. A total of $1,105 was raised to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.

Girls Soccer Benefit Game

The Oxford High School Girls Soccer will have a benefit game a benefit game on Friday October 13 against Seymour. The game is at 6 p.m. at Wolverine Field.

This year’s benefit game is to raise money for;
Pittsburgh Children’s Medical Center-Music Therapy Program
In honor of Chelsea Wheeler

There will be refreshments on sale and all proceeds will be donated in Honor of Chelsea Wheeler.  The Color Theme is Yellow, Purple and White.

We’re hoping for a large crowd to attend this benefit game and help support this great cause.

Girls JV Soccer Blanks St Paul

The Girls JV Soccer Team took to the pitch this afternoon in a game against St. Paul Catholic.

Wolverines were aggressive right from the kickoff. Grace Mahmood started the scoring in the first half with a shot from the outside which appeared at first to be deflected in by Abby. Abby Remond did get in on the scoring in the first half by scoring the second goal.

The Wolverines who were leading at half time 2-0 came out strong and Abby continued the scoring and scored two more goals to make a hat trick in the second half. On the last goal, Mickie Geffert crossed the ball and Sage Borkowski found the back of the net to make the score 5-0. The defense was aggressive sometimes bringing the ball up towards goal and getting by other defenders.

The final score was 5-0.

JV Girls Soccer Defeats Watertown

The Oxford Wolverines  Girls JV Soccer Team took to the pitch this morning at Wolverine Field against Watertown.

The first half featured tough physical physical play and the Wolverines fought hard to be the first to the ball. Although numerous shots were taken, the first half ended with neither team scoring. The second half of play was just as physical. Francesca Guglielmo took advantage of a goalie miscue on a punt and found the back of the net to give the Wolverines the lead 1-0. The Wolverines defense fought hard to hold onto the 1-0 lead and stopped a number of scoring opportunities. The held on to the 1-0 lead as the whistle to stop play was sounded.