Gibault, Columbia notch wins going into post-season

Gibault’s Madi O’Neill slips one past a Windsor defender in Friday’s senior night shut-out. O’Neill had one goal in the 5-0 victory. To view and purchase photos from this and other local girls soccer games, visit the Media Store. (Teryn Schaefer photo)

The Gibault High School girls soccer team is going out with a bang.

GHS (10-5) won three in a row to end the season, including Monday night’s last regular season game at Freeburg. The Hawks won in thrilling fashion with the game going to penalty kicks after being tied 1-1 at the end of regulation on a Carley Olson goal with an assist by sister Courtney Olson.

Carley Olson, Liz Kuerz, Michaela Muich and Robyn Lindsey all scored PKs for Gibault to win it, 2-1.

In the Hawks’ senior night game against Windsor, GHS blanked the Owls, 5-0. Freshman Madi O’Neill got the offense going with the first goal of the game off an assist by senior Muich. Bree Hasenstab, Muich, Carley Olson and senior Caroline Kernan each put one in the net for the Hawks as well. Other assists came from Courtney Olson, senior Katie Lamack and Abby Hasenstab. Goalie Kendra Davis had three saves on the night and had six saves against the Midgets Monday.

Columbia (9-8) had its senior night Monday. The Eagles stomped Wesclin, 8-0. Two of the goals came from sophomore Lauren Kaempfe, while senior Taylor Maglasang, Rachel Ribolzi, Jackie Baskett, Ashley Myers, Samantha Schuler and Lauren Tolan all scored one goal each. Maglasang had two assists, and Ribolzi and Rianna Probst each had an assist as well. Freshman goalie Claire Foster had five saves against the Warriors.

Thursday, the Eagles play in their last regular season game at O’Fallon.

Meanwhile, Waterloo (9-8- 1) also won Monday. The Bull- dogs’ 3-0 victory over Jerseyville puts them on a three game winning streak going into Friday’s senior night game against Mascoutah.

Freshman Alexis Wheeler had two goals against the Panthers, while classmate Erika Lloyd put one in the net for the Bulldogs and had an assist. Micki Brinkman and Jodi Kaiping each notched an assist as well.

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