The third ranked Mustang soccer team pulled off an over time win against Commerce last week and then fell toVerdigris.
It took two overtimes for Oologah to take down Commerce 2-1. It was windy and raining with temperatures in the 40′s and it was a difficult night on the field.
“Despite the nasty weather and slick conditions the boys found a way to win and in district play that’s what matters,” head coach Chase Kime said.
Wyatt Tucker scored Oologah’s first goal in the first half on a pass from Kolten Kitterman. Commerce answered back and the score stayed tied until the 95th minute of play when Josh Snook hit a beautiful shot to end the game. Kody McCutchen filled in at keeper for the injured Mark Franklin and coach Kime said he did a great job.
Oologah went on the road last Friday night and lost 4-2 toVerdigris.
“They are a tough non district opponent and it’s always tough playing them at their place. The boys played a tough physical game,” coach Kime said.
The Lady Mustang soccer team stomped Commerce 10-0 last week and fell to top rankedVerdigris.
Kelsey Carnes scored four goals against Commerce and the Lady Tigers never had a chance. Carnes moved from her goal keepers position to a mid-fielder and it paid off for Oologah.
“When we can get Kelsey on the field, the dynamic of our attack changes. She is such a hard working player who brings a lot of enthusiasm to the game,” said coach Kyndall Chronister.
Sarah Pavey, Kendall Lewis, Chase Spencer, Addy Pritchard, Krystal Holley and Amanda McShane all scored goals. It was McShane’s first goal of the season.
“This is Amanda’s first year to play soccer and she’s picked up the game quickly,” Chronister said.
Mallorie Stonebarger had one save in the net and she picked up the shutout.
Oologah fell 1-0 to #2Verdigris last Thursday.
“Coming out of the Commerce game our girls were feeling very confident. We played the best as a team that I’ve seen this season againstVerdigris,” coach Chronister said.