Wayland-Cohocton girls soccer grabbed a two goal lead early on Oct. 13 in Bath, but the Rams crept back to tie the game before winning on a penalty kick.

Wayland-Cohocton girls soccer grabbed a two goal lead early on Oct. 13 in Bath, but the Rams crept back to tie the game before winning on a penalty kick.


The Eagles scored inside of the first minute when Morgan Mastin was assisted by Courtney Smith. Ten minutes later it was Taylor Welytok on an assist from Keaira Notebaert. The Rams’ Rachael Oest scored before the half. The second half went all to Bath-Haverling with Megan Russell tying the game 2-2. With 12 minutes left, Wayland-Cohocton was called for a shove in the box. Michelle Carpenter drilled the penalty kick to win.


The Rams held an edge in shots 11-9 and goalie Colleen Fagan had nine saves. Way-Co goalkeeper Amber Callahan had 11 saves.