One and done for Lady Vikes at girls' soccer sectional

Huntington North freshman Addy Wiley (second from left) directs the defense while teammate Elaina Teusch runs alongside her during sectional action against host Warsaw on Thursday evening, Sept. 4. The Lady Vikes lost, 6-1.
Huntington North freshman Addy Wiley (second from left) directs the defense while teammate Elaina Teusch runs alongside her during sectional action against host Warsaw on Thursday evening, Sept. 4. The Lady Vikes lost, 6-1. Photo by Steve Clark.

It was a quick one and done for the Huntington North High School girls’ varsity soccer team as host Warsaw beat the Lady Vikes 6-1, in Warsaw Girl's Soccer Sectional action on Thursday, Oct. 4.

Warsaw scored the first four goals of the game before Addie Wiley scored the lone Lady Vike goal with 7:20 left in the first half. Warsaw put up two more goals in the second half to send the Lady Vikes home with a 12-5 record on the season.

Kodi Douglass made 11 saves despite giving up all six goals. Maddie Husband played the last 15 minutes between the pipes and recorded three saves.