FC Lady Mustangs travel soccer traveled Feb. 12–13 to tournaments in Palmyra-Macedon and Wayland.

FC Lady Mustangs travel soccer traveled Feb. 12–13 to tournaments in Palmyra-Macedon and Wayland.


On Saturday the indoor U-11 team headed to Pal-Mac for a four-game round robin and came away 1-3. The victory was a shutout 6-0 over the Wayne Eagles, while they also played North-Rose Wolcott, falling 2-0. Scorers were Shea Kozak, who had a pair of goals and two assists, Meghan Waters scored a goal and assisted on another, while Abby Evans, Maddie Wilcox and Morgan Oldfield each scored one goal.


On Sunday, a pair of U-12 teams and one U-10 team earned two of three playoff berths in their respective divisons. Program coordinator Mike Kozak reported the U-10 team went 3-1 over a pair of Livonia entries 2-1 and 2-0. They earned the No. 2 seed after blanking Arkport 2-0, but fell to Alfred-Almond 3-1. Maddie Vedger and MacKenzie Lawless score two goals apiece, Morgan Oldfield had a goal and two assists, Rachel Drake and Hannah Belander had one goal each, while Abby Briggs added an assist.


The U-12 girls were seeded No. 5 in the first division, going 1-1 with Avoca, then 4-0 on Alfred-Almond. They tied Arkport 1-1 and edged Prattsburg 1-0 before  falling 4-3 in sudden death overtime to Avon. Sarah Cotton had three goals and two assists, Venessa Vedger and Liz Corbin each scored two goals, Shea Kozak had a goal and a trio of assists, Ally Bridge and Jesse Gunn had one goal apiece. Sarah Cotton had seven saves and Courtney Lowe had a top-notch performance with 38 saves in three of the four games played.