Berea Girls Soccer Pull out Win Against Oneida Baptist

On Monday, September 16, the Berea Community girls soccer team won 2-0 against Oneida Baptist Institute at home.


The game started right after the boys’ soccer team played Paris. The game began with both teams making many shots at the goal but no change in score. The Pirates had a small setback when starter Elvira Ramos twisted her ankle in the middle of the first half and did not return for the rest of the game. However, when heads were hanging low, senior Madi Cummins kept her team’s spirits high with a speech at halftime. She said to her teammates, “That team is over there saying that this is their game to win and that they can beat us. Let’s go out there, keep our heads up, and prove them wrong. This is our field and we are going to show them that.” 


Oneida Baptist was called for a handball at the start of the second half which led to Cummins stepping up for the penalty shot. She made the penalty kick which increased momentum and energy for her team. Senior Evi Stefan scored again near the end of the second half that sealed the deal for the Lady Pirates. Oneida Baptist fought back hard but could not produce any goals against the Lady Pirates’ defense. This ended the game with a final score of Berea 2, Oneida 0.


Both seniors Madi Cummins and Evi Stefan scored goals to keep the Lady Pirates in the game and led to the team to their third win of the season. Next up they have four away games before they’re back on their home field. If you’d like to support the Berea Community High School girls’ soccer team, their next varsity game at home is on October 1st vs Corbin