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Lady Wolves have winless weekend


The Lady Wolves soccer team wrapped up its regular season games with two losses.

On Friday the team took on Natrona County High School and lost, 7-2.

Head coach Tracy Wyant said the Lady Wolves she saw playing on Friday isn’t the team she normally sees.

She’s not sure if part of the it stemmed from their main goalie being out of the game, or if they were just having an off day.

Wyant explained Holly Hunt, the team’s goalie received a questionable red card at the Jackson game. Due to this red card, Hunt had to sit out this game.

“Natrona was not one of our better games at all,” Wyant said. “We just couldn’t find a groove that day.”

This was just one of those games where Wyant wasn’t sure why the team was struggling.

“I couldn’t put my finger on it, everyone was in a funk,” she said.

Despite having a rough game, Chezney Mamalis scored two goals for the team in that game.

On Saturday the Lady Wolves took on another strong team; Kelly Walsh. After losing to them, 6-0, earlier in the season, the goal was to hold the team as best they could.

“Everything was back to normal,” Wyant said. “Everyone had good attitudes.”

The Lady Wolves held Kelly Walsh to four goals, which all came in the first half, she said.

“If they stay on their marks, we can hold them,” Wyant said. “I was really happy with how they played.”

She said it was obvious how much the Lady Wolves improved when she saw them challenge Kelly Walsh.

With the regular season done, the Lady Wolves will now turn their focus to the regional tournament, which will take place in Green River. The Lady Wolves are scheduled to play Natrona County at 5 p.m. Thursday at Wolves stadium. If the Lady Wolves lose this game, their season is over. If they win, they will advance to state.


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