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1/17/2013 6:00:00 AM
Thunderbirds leave Kingman soccer frustrated on two fronts
Kingman High’s Brianna Gastineau works to gain control of the ball during the second half of the Lady Bulldogs’ 8-1 loss to Bullhead City Mohave Tuesday night.
Kingman High’s Brianna Gastineau works to gain control of the ball during the second half of the Lady Bulldogs’ 8-1 loss to Bullhead City Mohave Tuesday night.

Rodney Haas
Miner Sports Reporter

Kingman High's goal by Elizabeth Angle in the 75th minute proved to be the only highlight in what was a maddening night for the Lady Bulldogs.

Angle's goal, her second of the year, denied Bullhead City Mohave a chance at a shutout as the Thunderbirds went on to an 8-1 win Tuesday night.

"It was a frustrating game," said KHS coach Jennifer Johnston. "There were moments of seeing the team that I know we can be, but for the most part we weren't playing to our full potential. It was just a frustrating game."

KHS (0-8) will travel to Anthem Boulder Creek today before returning home to host Lake Havasu Monday afternoon.

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Irwin Vega scored two goals to help lead Mohave to a 5-0 win over Kingman High Tuesday afternoon in Bullhead City.

Vega put the Thunderbirds up 3-0 with a goal in the 34th minute and added his second goal in the 38th minute to give Mohave a 4-0 lead at halftime.

The Thunderbirds added their fifth goal in the 59th minute.

KHS had a goal disallowed in the 35th minute after the keeper was injured on the play.

"We're going to regroup and practice and try to win some matches in the coming weeks," said KHS coach Kevin Wilkerson.

KHS ( 2-9-1) will host Anthem Boulder Creek at 6 p.m. today.

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Posted: Thursday, January 17, 2013
Article comment by: coach n

I dont think there scrimmaging enough!!!

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