Sentinel Girls Rally Past Flathead Kickers
September 12, 2012 12:02 am  •  Missoulian
Girls Varsity Soccer Team

After a sluggish start the Missoula Sentinel girls' soccer team found its footing and rallied for a 2-1 win over Kalispell Flathead Tuesday in a Western AA match at Playfair Park.

The Bravettes (2-3) scored in the first minute and stayed in front until the 60th minute when Bri Olson scored the tying goal. Sentinel (3-1) notched the game-winner in the 73rd minute.  Libby Walker made a slick pass to Lexi Steele at the top of the 6-yard box and she redirected it into the net.
"Obviously having them score in the first minute didn't set a good tone," Sentinel coach Keri Grasky said.  "We took halftime to regroup and refocus on the things we weren't doing.
"They pulled it together as a team.  They started talking, started making decisions out there, started stepping to the ball.  We also changed up some positions and it worked."



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March is Graduation Matters month here in Missoula. We are challenging our students to maintain perfect attendance for the entire month of March. The only absences exempt from the challenge will be school-related (field trips, etc.) or activity-related (sports, music, drama, etc.) absences.

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Due to a situation at a private home in the South Hills, 23rd Street is blocked off for several blocks between Highwood and 55th Street. This does not impact student safety at Chief Charlo Elementary School.

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