Girls’ soccer ties Harmony

Liam Wixted, Staff Writer

Kaitlin Inganna and Claire Rauchfuss each with one goal put the Wildcats’ back into the fight to tie Harmony High School on Tuesday night.

“They scored in the first minute,” senior Amanda Farthing said. “We scored off of a cross, and then they scored right after the kick off. So we really picked it up in the second half and Claire scored an awesome goal.

The Lady Wildcats had a tough challenge against Harmony, but Farthing said the playing against tough competition is good for the team.

“It was good to play them because we can expect competition like that when we go into playoffs,” Farthing said.

Senior Lauren Dietl said referees contributed to the tie.

“The refs were very inconsistent,” she said. “One side line ref was OK with aggressive play while the center ref called everything.

The Wildcats’ next game is against Master’s Academy at 7 p.m. at Melbourne High School.