Syracuse shuts out Ogden

The Syracuse Titans (2-0-0, 0-0-0) defeated the Ogden Tigers (1-1-0, 0-0-0) at Titan Field Thursday afternoon by a score of 4-0. The win for ‘Cuse evened up the overall series between the two schools 1-1, with the Titans avenging a previous 2016 loss.

The Titans made quick work of getting on the board as Junior Ashlyn Hall,  netted her first goal of the season in the sixth minutes off of a pass from Sophomore Sarah Wynn (1st assist of the season, 12th career). Hall completed the brace on the day for her second goal of the young season (school record – 42 career).

Sophomore Caroline Stringfellow found the back of the net again for her state leading 4th goal of the season (33rd career). Senior Lauren Burnett continued her hot streak as well laying a shot into the back of the net in the 68′ (3rd season, 10th career).

Senior Midfielder Gabrielle Bugtong

The Titans won the corner kick battle 3-1. The backline of Kelsey Steed, Jenna Kelly, Porter Brown, Savannah Allen and Madi Dee played outstanding in front of the net, limiting a talented Ogden attack to only 5 shots on the day. Senior Brooklyn Stringfellow netted her first full shutout (1.5 career).

JV (2-0-0, 0-0-0) also got the victory in 3-1 fashion. Mia Hammond had the brace for the young squad (3 JV goals this season) with Virginia Wallace putting her second goal of the season in for the prep squad. Lexi Paulsen had the lone assist in the game.

Next up for the Titans they take their annual trip to the heat of St. George. There they will take on the 4th ranked team in 4A in the Dixie Flyers (0-0-0), a first time meeting between both schools. They finish up the trip the next night in their annual meeting against the Desert Hills Thunder (0-0-1).

This and That Other Links
Standard Examiner Article Ogden @ Syracuse
Deseret News Prep Roundup Ogden @ Syracuse

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