Galveston County high school soccer scores and player statistics
Clear Springs 12, Dickinson 0
Clear Springs striker Rana Hussein went beyond a hat trick, scoring five goals, as the Chargers walloped the Dickinson Lady Gators on Tuesday night at Dickinson High School.
Sydney Robinson scored two goals, and scoring one goal apiece were teammates Avery Gilbert, Zoe Jessen, Sarah Evans, Jenna Lambert and Anessa Byerman.
Earning the clean sheet was keeper Maddie Fisher and starting defenders Maddie Salas, Bella Iovieno, Erica Isom and Anessa Byerman.
Next up for the Chargers (10-0 District 24-6A) is a road game against Clear Falls, 7:30 p.m. Friday.
The Lady Gators (0-10) will play at home against Alvin, Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Friendswood 5, Clear Brook 0
The Friendswood Lady Mustangs cruised to victory over crosstown rival Clear Brook on Tuesday at Henry Winston Stadium.
A stalemate early on, Friendswood broke through with a pair of rapid fire goals in about the 35th and 36th minutes. After that, the Lady Mustangs rolled in the second half with three more goal.
Olivia Rhodes had a night to remember, recording a hat trick and chipping in an assist for good measure. Scoring a goal apiece for Friendswood were Bria Norman and Cessia Amaya, and logging an assist was Amery Saldana.
The Lady Mustangs (7-3 in district) will look to keep on winning in their next match 7:30 p.m. Friday at home against Clear Creek.
Alvin 2, Clear Creek 1
Texas City 4, Santa Fe 1
The Texas City Lady Stings scored a big road win Tuesday against in-county rival Santa Fe.
Scoring began for Texas City when central defender Jaycee Thiem sent a long ball while the Lady Indians’ defense was pushed up high. Striker Karissa Victoria was sitting on the 50-yard line and took advantage of the head start on defense. After a 50-yard dash, Santa Fe’s keeper came off her line, and Victoria passed the ball into the far corner of the goal.
The Lady Stings added two more goals in the first half — Victoria again off an assist by Yessenia Peraza and Amanda Valdez off a Victoria assist — to take firm control of the match.
After Santa Fe ended the shutout bid, Texas City fired back with another Victoria to Valdez connection.
Texas City (9-1-0) continues its district campaign 7 p.m. Friday at home against Galena Park. Santa Fe (5-4-2) will look to rebound 7 p.m. next Tuesday at Galena Park in a key battle for fourth place in the district standings.
A three way tie between Dickinson, Friendswood and Alvin was shattered Tuesday night as each team recorded a different result.
Alvin shot to the top of the district standings with a 3-2 win over Clear Creek, Dickinson recorded a draw against Clear Springs, and Friendswood took a crushing loss to Clear Brook.
As it stands now, with four games left, Alvin (7-1-2, 23 points) is alone in first place, followed by Dickinson (6-1-3, 21 points) and Friendswood (6-2-2, 20 points)
Dickinson travels to play Alvin, 7:30 p.m. Friday, and Friendswood travels to play fourth-place Clear Creek (5-5-0, 15 points), 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Clear Brook 2, Friendswood 1
Dickinson 1, Clear Springs 1
Alvin 3, Clear Creek 2
Clear Falls 2, Clear Lake 2
Texas City 1, Santa Fe 0
Needing every win they can get to get back to the playoffs, the Texas City Stings came through with a solid win over the Santa Fe Indians on Tuesday at Stingaree Stadium.
Eric Cabrera found Juan Rodriguez for Texas City’s lone goal. Alex Ramirez and Ely Juarez each played a half in goal to combine for the shutout.
Texas City (6-3-1) hits the road to face Galena Park next in tussle between playoff contenders 7 p.m. Friday.
Editor’s note: Will be updated if more information becomes available.