The Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team dismantled another Wyoming school to improve to 5-1, with a final score of 8-1 . They traveled north on Sept. 13 to take on the Western Wyoming Community College Mustangs. This was the first Region IX game for the Golden Eagles this season.
The fireworks did not take long for the Golden Eagles against Western Wyoming. LCCC outshot the Mustangs 22-5 and netted eight goals in the match. Nikita Woods started the train when she scored on a pass from Annie Rolf just 13 minutes in. Taylor Stoeger converted on an opportunity to score in the 24 minute. Moments later, Stoeger found Abby Morillon in the 25 minute to make it 3-0. Jazmine Moyte got in on the action when she scored in the 38 minute and gave Stoeger her second assist of the game. Rolf was awarded her first assist when Maria da Silveira scored right before halftime.
Western Wyoming came out of the break strong and scored their first goal in the 47 minute when Kenzie Lucas found the back of the net. LCCC wasn’t done yet though and scored three more goals. Elise Atkins got the sixth, Woods snagged the seventh and Da Silveira scored the eighth. Woods, Rolf, and Stoeger all received assists.