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Lady Warriors blank BHS booters

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By The Staff

The Indian Land High School Lady Warriors forged a 6-0 halftime lead on the way to a 10-0 road win over county rival Buford High School at Jackets Stadium on March 22.
Summer Bishop paced the ILHS girls with three goals and an assist. Kelsey Long tallied two goals to boost the Lady Warriors.
Brianna Bishop scored a goal and had two assists. Kiley Waterbury had a goal and an assist.
Leah Lockman, Kailee Erwin and Samantha Ammann each scored a goal.
Shelby Ryberg and Emily Gerdes each had an assist.
The Lady Warriors had 22 shots on goal to one for the Lady Jackets.
ILHS keeper Emma Thompson had a save in the shutout.
“We’re playing well and we have to keep it going,” ILHS coach Mark Bonda said. “We had a lot of contributions in the match tonight.”
Buford High goalie Madison Funderburk posted 13 saves.
BHS coach Bob Bowen said the Lady Warriors have a strong team.
“They’re a talented team,” Bowen said. “Their numbers are outstanding and they are well-coached. We got beat by a better team. They are the defending state champions and playing like it.
“We have to pick it up and move on,” he said.
Indian Land, ranked No. 1 in Class AAA, improved to 8-2-1 with its eighth straight win.