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It was another opening round loss for the #4 Syracuse Titans (7-10-1) to the host #1 seed Copper Hills Grizzlies (12-5-0).
The Grizzlies opened up the scoring in the 11th minute off of a beautiful shot from the right side of the field from their fullback that found the upper 90 of the left side of the net.
After calming down the Titans regrouped and found their offensive attack. It was the first 10 of the half that doomed the visitors again. In the 46th minute the home team found the back of the net on a corner kick. The final tally for the Grizzlies came 5 minutes into stoppage time.
Copper Hills out shot the Titans 21-13, on goal shots the Grizzlies out shot the Titans 6-5. The difference being the home teams ability to convert half of their opportunities and the Titans none. Freshman Ashlyn Hall led the Titans with 5 shots on the day, 4 on frame.
It was another good and building year for the Titans in a program that is setting the bar higher and accomplishing things never seen by the program in school history. They overcame a slow start at the beginning of the year and the younger girls on the team earned invaluable experience that will aid the future of the team. The team set more school records in the process, and the coaching staff looks forward to honoring the girls and their accomplishments at the team banquet, at a date tba.
The titans will face the faculty and alumni in a fun game Tuesday afternoon at 2:45.
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The Syracuse Titans (7-9-1, 6-6-0) defense posted their second straight shutout, en route to a 5-0 victory over the Hunter Wolverines Thursday night. It was another record setting night for the Titans. The Titan defense (Grace Nelson, Abby Hall, Savannah Allen, Porter Brown, & Brenna Hess) only allowed 1 shot on the game and recorded their 5th shutout of the season for GK Gabby Segura (10th career), tying a school record for most shutouts in a season.
Offensively Freshman Ashlyn Hall led the Titans once again. Prior to 2016 no Freshman had recorded a hat trick in school history, Hall posted her second of the season after her 4 goal night against the Wolverines! Hall also tied Kylie Harris’ (Weber State) single season scoring record of 18 goals in a season as well. Anne Petersen finished the scoring on the night with her 9th goal of the season (15th career).
Assists on the night were from Senior Priscilla Meza (1st career), Senior Anne Petersen (tied team leading 6th of season, 10th career), Freshman Kelsey Steed (1st career), and Junior Jessica Jude (1st season, 2nd career).
The Syracuse Prep team (7-8-2) finished a great season with an 8-0 victory over Hunter to start the night. Lauren Burnett paced the prep team with her 2nd hat trick of the season (7 goals on season). Sage Hopkins provided a brace (3rd and 4th goals of season). Other goals
on the night were by Kenadee Arigot (4th goal of season), Madi Dee (6th goal of season), and Whitney Carlson (6th goal of season). Assists were provided by Whitney Carlson (2nd of season), Porter Brown (1st JV assist of season) and Madi Yamashita went off for 4 assists (leading the Prep team with 5 assists on the season). The prep team finished the season scoring 56 goals and 18 assists while only allowing 36 goals for an amazing +20 goal differential on the season.
The Cuse coaching staff is thrilled at the progress this team has made over the course of the season. After going 0-3 in the first tournament of the season, Syracuse has found it’s lineup, scoring foot and rhythm heading into the playoffs. The Titans officially have qualified in the playoffs again. This is the first time in school history the program has qualified in back to back years.
The Titans will face co-region 3 champions Copper Hills (11-5-0, 10-2-0) on their home field Tuesday October 11th, 4 pm, in the first round of the 5A playoffs. The top 16 teams from the 5A classification qualify for the playoffs in a single elimination format over the next two weeks.
The visiting Syracuse Titans (6-9-1, 5-6-0) defeated the Granger Lancers (2-12-2, 1-9-2) by a score of 5-0 on a cold Tuesday night.
Sophomore Savannah Allen, netting her first career goal (Game Winning Goal), started the scoring for the Titans in the 13th minute from her fullback position on a deep sideline run. While Senior Anne Petersen put the Titans up two with her 8th goal of the season. (14th career).
In the second half Freshman Ashlyn Hall got the brace, bringing her team leading total to 14 goals for the 2016 season. Sophomore Taylor Tesch finished the night off for the Titans by putting in her first career goal. Varsity assists by Ashlyn Hall (6th of season), Grace Nelson (1st of season, 4th career), Adriana Owen (5th of season) & Porter Brown (2nd Season/Career).
Hall and Owen led the Titans with 10 shots a piece, while Gabrielle Bugtong and Allen each placed 7 shots on the night.
It was a dominate defensive effort from the back line of Brenna Hess, Abby Hall, Grace Nelson, Savannah Allen and Porter Brown, keeping the shutout for Goalkeeper Gabby Segura (4th of season, 9th career). The Titans dominated possession, out shooting the Lancers 55-0. The defense set a new school record by not allowing a single shot on goal for the first time in school history. See school records here or on the main page under records.
The Titan prep team won on an 8-0 mercy rule on the night as well. Goal scorers on the night included a brace by Sage Hopkins (first 2 of the season), a brace by Whitney Carlson (5 on the season), a brace by Madi Dee (5 on the season), Kenadee Arigot (3rd of the season), and Lexi Chenoweth (4 on the season). Assists were provided by Madi Dee (team leading 4th of the season), Kenadee Arigot (2nd of season), Sage Hopkins (2nd of season), Lauren Burnett (2nd of season), and Jordan Stimpson (first of season).
Tonight the Titans visit the Hunter Wolverines (1-10-4, 0-9-2) for another late game under the lights on the HHS football field. Kickoff for JV is set for 5:30 pm and Varsity at 7:15 pm.
It was a busy week for the Syracuse Titans (5-9-1, 4-6-0).
Continuing tradition, during the 2nd bye of the season the Syracuse Titans went and helped out in the community. The girls helped to clear debris, weeds and dead plants/trees at Legacy Park in Syracuse. The girls got dirty, founds lots of snails, dead snakes and put in a ton of work! We are proud of the difference our Titans made that day. Check out pictures here.
On Thursday the Titans faced #1 nationally ranked Davis (14-0-0, 10-0-0). It was a wet and soggy game, in which Syracuse let some big mistakes happen and the Darts quickly capitalized on those mistakes. Davis took total control of the game, winning 8-2. Facing a 7-0 deficit and a near mercy rule and early finish to the game, the cuse girls held tough and rebounded with 2 goals from Freshman Ashlyn Hall (11th and 12th of the season). The first double digit goals against the tough Davis defense this year, although it came at the hands of a 6 goal loss. Kelsey Steed paced the Titans with 4 shots on goal.
On Friday they Titans faced the weather delayed rematch with the Layton Lancers. (8-4-1, 7-3-1). It was a difficult 1-0 loss on our senior night, but a very well played match overall by the Titans. The Titan defense held strong all day long, and Ashlyn Hall, 7 shots, and Adriana Owen, 4 shots, paced the Titans offensively. We love our seniors and are grateful for the time, work, leadership, and dedication they have given to Syracuse Soccer!
The prep team lost both games as well this week. Losing to Davis 1-5 and also to the Lancers 0-2. Taylor Tesch continued her hot season and put in the goal for the Titans JV team. Her 10th of the JV Season.
This week the Titans go on the road for the first time in a month. On Tuesday the Titans go to face the Granger Lancers (2-11-2, 1-8-2). Start times for that game has been switch with JV playing at 5:00 and Varsity at 7:00 pm. Both games will be on the football field under the lights.