Glacier boys pick up 3rd road soccer victory in 5 days

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HELENA — Glacier finally broke through in the 65th minute on a penalty kick by Micah Reason and Dyllyn Stabler added a goal 12 minutes later to give the Wolfpack a tough 2-0 Western AA boys soccer victory over a stubborn Helena Capital squad on Saturday.

Glacier had 12 shots on goal to Capital’s three.

Glacier held a big edge in corner kicks, 7-2, and was guilty of 18 fouls to 10 for Capital.

“It was tight,” Glacier coach Ryan Billiet said.

“We had some looks. It was one of those games that didn’t have any tempo to it.”

It was the third match in five days, all on the road, for Glacier (8-1-3 overall, 6-1-3 conference) who went 3-0.

The Wolfpack conclude regular-season action hosting Missoula Sentinel on Tuesday and facing Flathead on Thursday at Legends Stadium.

Glacier 0 2 — 2

Helena Capital 0 0 — 0

G — Micah Reason, pk, 65:00

G — Dyllyn Stabler (Micah Heil), 77:00

Shots on goal — Glacier 12, Capital 3; Corner kicks — Glacier 7, Capital 2; Goalie saves — Glacier 2 (Logan Hill), Capital 7 (Gage LaRue); Fouls — Glacier 18, Capital 10; Cards — Glacier, 1 yellow.

Helena 4, Flathead 3

HELENA — Jackson Keller scored two goals and Dawson Tedesco and Treven Maharg also scored in Helena High’s Western AA victory over Flathead.

Flathead’s scoring and match statistics were not available.

Flathead has two regular-season matches remaining — Thursday versus Glacier at Legends Stadium and Saturday at Missoula Sentinel.

HH— Jackson Keller (Ben Ried-Roncalli)

HH — Jackson Keller

HH — Dawson Tedesco (Treven Maharg)

HH — Maharg (Unassisted)

Polson 10, Libby 0

POLSON — Five goals in each half pushed Polson past Libby in a Northern A contest.

Robin Erickson had three of the first five goals for Polson. Mack Moderie had the other two.

Moderie assisted on four goals.

Five different Pirates had goals in the second half.

Polson outshot Libby on goal 22-1.

Libby 0 0 — 0

Polson 5 5 — 10

P — Mack Moderie (Linde Lambson), 7:00

P— Robin Erickson (Keyon Dalbey), 10:00

P — Erickson (Moderie), 12:00

P — Moderie (Erickson), 14:00

P — Erickson (Alexis Guerrero), 15:00

P — Guerrero (Moderie), 45:00

P — Connor Lanier (Moderie), 50:00

P — Bridger Wenzel (Moderie), 57:00

P — Alex Wall-Wilbert, 59:00

P — Brayden Mueller (Wall-Wilbert), 68:00

Shots on goal — Libby 1, Polson 22; Corner kicks — NA; Goalie saves — NA; Fouls — NA; Cards — NA.

Whitefish 9, Bigfork 2

WHITEFISH — Avery Hirsch scored three goals, the first two coming in the first seven minutes of play, as Whitefish rolled by Bigfork in a Northern A match.

Noah Romagnuolo and Leo Motti had two goals each for the explosive Bulldogs.

This was the regular-season finale for both schools.

Bigfork 2 0 — 2

Whitefish 7 2 — 9

W — Avery Hirsch (Xander Burger), 5:00

W — Hirsch, 7:00

B — Jeremy Herd (Benjamin Pilskains), 11:00

W — Noah Romagnuolo (Burger), 18:00

W — Leo Motti (Quinten Joos), 23:00

W — Hirsch (Burger), 25:00

W — Ian Lacey (Romagnuolo), 26:00

B — Adriano Concas, 28:00

W — Casey Schneider, 35:00

W — Romagnuolo (Joos), 60:00

W — Motti, 65:00

Shots on Goal — Bigfork 8, Whitefish 16; Corner kicks — Bigfork 1, Whitefish 11; Goalie saves — Bigfork 7 (Conley), Whitefish 6 (Colter Upton, Marvin Kimera;

Fouls — Bigfork 3, Whitefish 6; Cards — NA.

GIRLS

Helena Capital 2, Glacier 1

HELENA — It was a rough week for Glacier as the Wolfpack fell for the third time in five days, this time to Helena Capital.

Cadie Williams gave Glacier (8-3-1 and 6-3-1) an early 1-0 lead, but Capital tied it on a goal by Ashley Carlson and Ellie Stiffler netted the game winner in the second half.

Glacier lost to Helena High 3-0 on Friday and Missoula Sentinel 4-2 on Tuesday.

The Wolfpack conclude regular-season action hosting Missoula Sentinel on Tuesday and facing Flathead on Thursday at Legends Stadium.

Glacier 1 0 — 1

Capital 1 1 — 2

G — Cadie Williams (Anna Creer)

HC — Ashley Carlson (Sydney Sheridan)

HC — Ellie Stiffler (Libby Linder)

Shots on goal — Glacier 14, Capital 11; Corner kicks — NA; Goalie saves - Glacier 6 (N/A), Capital 7 (Tanlee Pipinich); Fouls — NA; Cards — NA.

Helena High 13, Flathead 0

HELENA — Ten different Bengals scored as Helena High crushed Flathead in a Western AA matchup.

Maddie Mariegard, Katie Martin and Saylor Schlauch had two goals each.

Helena High led 7-0 at the half.

Helena High won the first meeting 5-2.

Flathead has two regular-season matches remaining — Thursday versus Glacier at Legends Stadium and Saturday at Missoula Sentinel.

Flathead 0 0 — 0

Helena High 7 6 — 13

HH — Maddie Mariegard (UA)

HH — Alli Wade (Ellie Stock)

HH — Jaylen Tintinger (Kamden Hilborn)

HH — Katie Martin (UA)

HH — Mariegard (Hilborn)

HH — Grace Lawlor (Saylor Schlauch)

HH — Schlauch (UA)

HH — Janie Maes (Martin)

HH — Hilborn (UA)

HH — Martin (Maes, Hilborn)

HH — Alanna Vickory (UA)

HH — Schlauch (Claire Benedetti)

HH — Emily Maes (Regan Moronick)

Shots on goal — Flathead 5, Helena 19; Corner kicks — Flathead 2, Helena 3; Goalie saves — Flathead 10 (Maddie Dardis), Helena (Reagan Hoffman 1, Ashlin Slanger 2); Fouls — Flathead 3, Helena 6; Cards — None.

Polson 4, Libby 1

POLSON — Marina Mayorga scored twice in the first 20 minutes of play and Polson continued on from there for a Northern A victory.

Kyla Heiser and Aisha Clarke had the other goals for Polson.

Libby 0 1 — 1

Polson 3 1 — 4

P — Marina Mayorga (Aisha Clarke), 8:50

P — Mayorga, 20:37

P — Kyla Heiser (Quinn Motichka), 40:35

L — N/A, 61:11

P — Clarke (Mayorga), 79:31

Shots on goal — Libby 7, Polson 6; Corner kicks — Libby 3, Polson 2; Goalie saves — Libby 2 (NA), Polson 6 (Megan Rost); Fouls — Libby 2, Polson 3. Cards — None.

Whitefish 5, Bigfork 0

WHITEFISH — Anna Cook scored the first two goals and Josephine Brown, Ali Hirsch and Pixie Moore had the final three as Whitefish whipped Bigfork in a Northern A match and the regular-season finale.

Whitefish finished 7-1 in league play, but will be the second seed for the upcoming playoffs behind Columbia Falls on goal differentials. Columbia Falls was also 7-1.

It was just the second goal of the season for Brown, who also netted a shot against Bigfork in an earlier meeting.

Bigfork 0 0 — 0

Whitefish 1 4 — 5

W — Anna Cook (Grace Scrafford), 5:00

W — Cook (Audrey Hyatt), 55:00

W — Josephine Brown (Pixie Moore), 65:00

W — Ali Hirsch, 66:00

W — Moore (Scrafford), 78:00

Shots on goal — Bigfork 3, Whitefish 21; Corner kicks — Bigfork 1, Whitefish 4; Goalie saves — Bigfork 9 (NA), Whitefish 3 (Sami Galbraith); Fouls — Bigfork 2, Whitefish 5; Cards — None.

St. George 5, Stillwater 0

Stillwater 2, Northwest 1

Stillwater Christian School (7-5-0) split nonconference road games over the weekend in Washington.

On Saturday, St. George blanked Stillwater 5-0.

On Friday, Stillwater used a pair of first half goals by Lulu Neumann and Julia Pittaway to rally for a 2-1 win over Northwest Christian School.

Neumann scored on a free kick outside the box in the 30th minute. Pittaway netted her shot off a defender’s clear in the 37 minute.

Stillwater Christian 0 0 — 0

St. George 3 2 — 5

SG — Mary Neader, 1:00

SG — Cate Caporicci, 16:00

SG — Cambrie Rickard (Neder), 26:00

SG — Maddy Christiansen (Lydia Bergquist ), 44:00

SG — Rickard ( Bergquist ), 51:00

Shots on goal — Stillwater 1, St. George 21; Corner kicks — Stillwater 0, St. George 2; Goalie saves — Stillwater 10 (Linnea Hodgskiss), St. George 1 (Olivia Osborne); Fouls — Stillwater 5, St. George 2; Cards — Stillwater, 1 yellow.

Stillwater Christian 2 0 — 2

Northwest Christian 1 0 — 1

NWC — Ellie Sander, 20:00

SCS-Lulu Neumann, 30:00

SCS-Julia Pittaway, 37:00

Shots on goal — Stillwater 9, Northwest 17; Corner kicks — Northwest 3, Stilwater 4; Goalie saves — Stillwater 6 (Linnea Hodgskiss), Northwest 4 (Savannah Morasch); Fouls — Stillwater 3, Northwest 8; Cards — NA.

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