Jordan-Matthews seizes first place

Posted 3/29/19

TRINITY — Jordan-Matthews pulled out a key 4-3 victory over Trinity Wednesday night in Randolph County in a pivotal 2A PAC 7 Conference match in area girl’s soccer.

With the win, …

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TRINITY — Jordan-Matthews pulled out a key 4-3 victory over Trinity Wednesday night in Randolph County in a pivotal 2A PAC 7 Conference match in area girl’s soccer.

With the win, Jordan-Matthews remains unbeaten at 4-0 in the league while improving to 6-2 overall.

Trinity, meanwhile, falls to 2-1 in the PAC 7 and to 3-3-1 overall.

Jennifer Parroquin continued a tremendous sophomore campaign with two goals and an assist for the Lady Jets on Wednesday night while senior Yasmin Rivera added a goal and an assist to the J-M cause.

Collecting the final goal of the evening for the Jets was Iris Grandos.

For the Bulldogs, Nayeli Gonzalez, Bre Brown, and Paxton Phillips recorded a goal apiece.

In goal, Hannah Jones worked all 80 minutes for Jordan-Matthews and collected eight saves while Taylor Garrick went the distance for Trinity and notched three saves.

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