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Newsome's Megan Foley does all the scoring as Citrus falls 2-0.
By DAN GENOVESE
Published February 9, 2005
LITHIA - Newsome freshman Megan Foley scored twice as the Wolves shut out Citrus 2-0 Tuesday night.
The game was scoreless at the half, then Newsome came out on the attack after the break and Foley got her first goal just 10 minutes into the half.
"We had a lot of opportunities early to put one in and we didn't," Foley said. "We just kept pressuring them until one (shot) finally found the back of the net."
The Wolves pressured the Hurricanes continuously as they had 15 shots on goals and held Citrus to only two behind the solid defensive play of sophomore Casey Plastek. Citrus made a few offensive surges, but the Wolves controled the game's tempo.
"I think overall we had a great game," Wolves coach Kathy Dodd said. "We like to press, which we can do with all of the talented kids we have on our team. They came out and played with good energy."
Despite the loss, the Hurricanes did force Newsome to miss a few key opportunities to score, and Citrus keeper Ashley Christensen kept the game close with her seven saves.
"Citrus is a good team," Dodd said. "They made it tough for us to get goals."
Foley got her second goal on an assist by senior Jaclyn Nemeth.
"We played a good game," Foley said. "It all just seemed to come together."
Newsome faces Freedom in an all-Hillsborough County final Friday.