SHORT GAP - The Frankfort girls soccer squad outplayed Berkeley Springs on Thursday evening, however the Indians escaped Short Gap with a 1-1 tie.
The Falcons were the aggressor on offense throughout the game, as they put pressure on the Berkeley Springs goaltender posting 12 shots on goal.
In addition, the Falcons dominated ball possession in both halves of the contest. The only reason Berkeley Springs was able to squeeze out a tie was that they caught Frankfort off guard and scored a goal early in the match. Frankfort's goaltender Elizabeth Layton responded by refusing to give up another goal the rest of the game.
The Falcon defense absolutely locked down the Berkeley Springs offense and allowed only 2 shots on goal.
Offensively for the Falcons sophomore midfielder Kaitlyn Crist kicked the ball in the back of the net to score the lone goal for Frankfort. Kaitlyn was able to score the ball with the assist from senior midfielder Lily Cessna #14 off a free kick from senior defender #3 Brenna Lowe.
Next up for the Lady Falcons is a match this Saturday at home against Southern at 1:oopm. Additional pictures online at: NewsTribune.info in the photos section or the sports section.