By Mike Williamson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Six games, six shutouts by the Dexter girls’ soccer team.
The Dreadnaughts made it six straight after blanking three opponents at the Saginaw Heritage Invitational Saturday.
Dexter with a 4-0 win over Utica.
Remy Crawford, Abigail Tamer, and Claire Ketzner scored first-half goals to give the Dreads a 3-0 lead. Tamer added a second-half goal to finish the scoring.
Sammi Corcoran had two assists, while Tamer and Kylie Cabana each had one. Nicole Tuzinowski made seven saves in net for the shutout.
The Dreads then blanked Midland Dow 2-0.
Crawford gave Dexter the lead with a first-half goal and Corcoran finished the scoring with one in the second half. Carley Curry and Brianna Pederson picked up assists. Tuzinowski earned another shutout with five saves.
The Dreadnaughts finished the day with a 2-0 win over 2017 Division 3 runner-up Freeland.
Crawford and Tamer scored first-half goals for the Dreads and that is all they would need as Tuzinowski stopped all six shots she faced. Ketzner and McKenna Graham assisted on the goals.
Dexter has a big game against SEC White newcomer Pinckney at home Tuesday night at 5:30.