Roland Park Country School scored four times in the second half of its IAAM B Conference soccer match-up with Seton Keough, on Monday, to break a 1-1 tie and claim a 5-1 victory, in Roland Park.
The Reds peppered the Gator goal in the opening half as well, but managed just one goal, as the powerful right footed shot by senior Daniela Eppler creased the twine. Seton Keough took advantage of one of its rare offensive opportunities, with Katie Dingle scoring on a quick counter attack, to tie the contest prior to intermission.
The Reds came out for the second half playing the quick, up-tempo, physical style that has led to their 7-0 overall record (3-0 in conference), and the results followed.
Eppler netted the second of her three goals soon after halftime. IAAM sophomore All-Star Nikki Hudson used her incredible foot skills to dribble thru the Seton Keough defense, slotting the ball in the lower right corner of the goal. Later, Reds sophomore defender Beth Kelly finished the scoring, heading in a corner kick by Catherine Mitchell. The Reds go on the road Wednesday for a highly anticipated game at Severn School, both teams are unbeaten in conference play.