New records set as Region 1 wraps up

The Syracuse Titans (15-1-0, 11-1-0) completed Region 1 play with a resounding 3-0 victory on a rain soaked game over the Fremont SilverWolves (3-10-2, 2-8-2) by a score of 3-0.

rain fremontAfter 8 minutes of play, a lightning delay took both teams off the field for 45 minutes. Upon return the Titans got to work. Junior Ashlyn Hall headed the ball into the net off of a Sarah Wynn cross in the 26′. This was Hall’s 6th game winning goal of the season (16th career) and her 16th goal of the season (56th career). On an ensuing corner kick from Hall, Senior Adriana Owen placed in her 9th goal of the season (11th career), Senior Lexi Chenoweth earned the assist, her 2nd of the season (10th career).

In the second half Chenoweth completed the scoring on the day with a rocket from the ash fremont.jpgtop of the box. Her second goal of the season (4th career). Wynn once again provided the assist, she continues to lead the state with her 16th assist of the season (27 career).

Senior Brooklyn Stringfellow earned the shutout in net, totaling 6.5 shutouts on the season for the keeper. This is the 10th shutout of the season for the Titans, continuing to grow the SHS single season record. The dominant defense of Porter Brown, Kelsey Steed, Jenna Kelly, Madi Dee and Baylee Sanders continues to lead the way for ‘Cuse.

Syracuse outshot Fremont 22-5, also on frame 13-2. They had more corner kicks than the visiting team 5-1. Overall, an outstanding day for the girls as they prep for the 6A playoffs.

With the win the Titans set a new single season record for most wins in region play with 11, and most wins in the regular season (15). The 2018 squad also set a new record with best region win % and best regular season win % in school history. The win completes the season sweep over Fremont for the second straight season, the Silverwolves lead the overall series 4-16.

Next up for the Titans is their first round playoff matchup against the #4 seed from Region 2 the Kearns Cougars (5-10-0, 3-5-0). This is the third straight home playoff game for the Titans and the first overall matchup between the two teams. This is the fourth consecutive season the Titans have qualified for the playoffs (5th overall).

This and That Other Links
Standard Examiner Prep Regional Rankings
Deseret News 6A Rankings
Standard Examiner Prep Roundup Syracuse vs Fremont
Deseret News Prep Roundup Syracuse vs Fremont


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