The Clear Creek Amana girls soccer team opened the season with a 3-0 win over Mid-Prairie on Monday in Wellman.
Kelsey Hall scored two first-half goals for the Clippers, with assists from Hannah Bormann and Emma Bormann.
Emma Bormann added the third goal in the second half off an assist from Hannah Borman.
“It was pretty good for starting four freshmen tonight,” Clear Creek Amana coach Matt Harding said.
Bailey Mooney, Sami Schuerer and goalkeeper Sarah Johnson also played well on defense, Harding said.
Renee Buckwalter, Ashley Miller, Kira Kerkove, Natalie Graber, Anne Buckwalter and Cassidy Bontrager played well for the Golden Hawks, coach Maya Kehr Yoder said, and Ballie Harris had 17 saves.
* DAVENPORT ASSUMPTION 4, WEST LIBERTY 3: The Comets suffered the loss in West Liberty.
Peter Seele, Noel Palma, Raudel Fierro scored goals for West Liberty.
The score was tied 2-2 at halftime, and Davenport Assumption took a 4-2 lead in the second half before West Liberty scored again.
“It wasn’t a very good defensive game,” West Liberty coach Mike Gunn said. “It was early and kind of ugly.”
West Liberty is 0-2.