From staff reports

East Limestone’s girls soccer team picked up their fifth win of the season in blustery, rainy conditions Friday night, as they defeated Brewer 4-1.

Seventeen minutes into the game, Kiarah Cox got an assist from Jordan Runion to give the Lady Indians the early lead. Brewer’s only goal of the game came late in the first half on a penalty kick.

“Our offense is a work in progress, but give the girls credit because no one panicked and the girls executed well in the second half,” head coach Brad Carwile said.

After a few adjustments, East Limestone netted three goals from Bristol Countess, Cox and Samantha Craver in the second half for the win.

Kelly Saylor was the winning keeper.

“The older girls, led by Anna Black, Abigail Passero, Lindsay Crockett and Caitlyn Possey manned the defensive fort for us, and the younger girls were able to get the goals,” Carwile said.

Meanwhile, in varsity boys action, East Limestone fell 2-0 to the Patriots.

The Indians will host Westminster Tuesday, while the girls travel to West Limestone Thursday.

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