Cape soccer downs Woodbridge 5-0

Big second half lifts Vikings
April 1, 2021

 The Vikings moved to 1-2 on the young season with a 5-0 shut out of Woodbridge March 30 at Lewes.

The busiest player on the Legends Stadium turf was Woodbridge goalkeeper Anjolie Suberro, who faced 29 Vikings shots and stopped 24.

Freshman Ava Dolan got the Vikings on the board with an unassisted goal at the 19-minute mark. The home team took the 1-0 lead into the halftime break.

The Vikings had the wind at their back and the Raiders’ goal in their sights in the second half. Goals were scored by Fallon Moore at the 49:00 mark off an assist by Madalyn Swontek. Giselle Garcia hit the twine next with an assist by Moore at the 50:00 mark. Swontek kept the barrage going with an unassisted goal at 54:00, and Garcia finished the game with a score from Jonna Mobius at 61:00.

The Vikings held a 16-0 advantage on penalty corners.

“It was nice to get our first win of the season,” said Cape head coach Patrick Kilby. “We started a bit slow, but my hope is that momentum that we created tonight will continue to grow as we prepare for future matches.”

The Vikings were set to travel to Dover April 1 to face the 2-1 Senators. Woodbridge will host Indian River Tuesday, April 13.

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