By Chris Sabia
The Indian soccer teams played their first home game of the season against the Central Macon Chargers on Friday, February 17. “We knew they were quick and aggressive,” explained coach Meghan McCranie, “so the Lady Indians put in extra time to develop a solid plan and defeat the Central team 2-1.”
Jaida Ashley produced the only goal of the first half and keeper Jacey Dowdy, named player of the game, fended off 11 shots in the first and four more in the second. Mason Law assisted Macy Rogers to score just 30 seconds into the second half. The ladies shot a total of 27 times in their victory.
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