Playing in the consolation game of the Windsor Girls Soccer Tournament, Pacific lost last Thursday to Farmington, 8-3.

The Lady Indians (1-5) opened the tournament with a 3-2 loss to Windsor, but bounced back to defeat Festus Tuesday, April 2, in the consolation semifinals, 5-3.

Pacific opened the Troy Tournament Monday with a 10-0 loss to Troy.

“Our record does not reflect the effort the girls have put into every game,” said Pacific Head Coach Sarah Schultz. “It will start showing soon.”

Festus

Pacific opened a 2-0 halftime lead over Festus en route to its first victory of the season.

Both teams scored three goals in the second half.

“We moved the ball down the sides well and were able to make our shots,” said Schultz. “Our defense played strong and kept the ball moving forward.”

Morgan Webb had the hat trick for the Lady Indians, finishing with three goals and one assist.

Catherine Hayden scored the Lady Indians’ other two goals.

Cheyenne Jennings, Jordan Collins and Amber Zurliene each had one assist.

Sydney Drysdale played the first 50 minutes in goal for Pacific and did not allow a goal, collecting six saves.

Caili Phillips took over for the final 30 minutes, making six saves.

Farmington

Jennings scored two goals for Pacific and Webb added one goal and two assists in the loss to Farmington.

Webb was named to the all-tournament team.

“We played tough the entire game and controlled the ball well, even though the score doesn’t show it,” Schultz said. “We knew going in that Taylor Sancegraw was the one to watch and she did not disappoint. She used her quick foot skills and fast shot to take advantage of our mistakes. Our girls were down with a stomach bug and several injuries, but they never gave up.”