Wyoming Seminary hosted a wild girls soccer game Monday, with an outcome that was still pending when the teams left the field.
“This game is not a tie. It is not anything at this moment,” said assistant coach Keith Brosious after the game.
According to Brosious, a Wyoming Seminary player went down with an injury after getting tangled with a Tunkhannock player with 0:03 seconds left on the clock in regulation and the game tied at 1-1.
Anna Williams scored the Lady Tiger’s goal from a Paige Adams helper in the 36th minute.
The Blue Knight’s coach had a strong reaction to a 50/50 ball outcome, and received a yellow card from the officials.
An ambulance was brought onto the field to take the player off, and at that point, the Wyoming Seminary coach took his girls off the field.
“The officials told us that they would be writing a report and sending it to the PIAA for them to rule on the decision for the game,” explained Brosious. “We should hear in a few days.”
Generally, the game did not have many fouls, and was an intense game.
Brosious added, “We have had more physical games this year. They had a defender who went down with an ankle injury earlier in the game after getting her legs tangled up while defending in their box. I thought the game was called well.”
“It was weird for us because we were waiting so long in the cold and then they brought the ambulance in and then we saw Sem packing up, and it was also their senior night,” said Brosious.
Head coach Nolan Robinson said, “After a strong win against Hanover, and a miscommunication of efforts with Wyoming Area, the Lady Tigers are proving they can compete after a strong performance against Lehman and Wyoming Seminary. The coaches are pleased with how everything is coming together and anticipate more growth throughout the remainder of the season into the off season preparations.”
As for the game itself, the Lady Tigers peppered the goal with 11 shots, including three by Lauren Kovolenus.
Keeper Lexi Farber stopped 13 or the 14 shots she faced.