JV Girls Soccer Slices Mustangs 9-0


Sabrina Kim

With a traid of Mavericks surrounding her, Tayla Score ’25 seeks out Bailey Shuford ’25 for a pass. Both Score and Shuford worked to maintain home team possession and continue creating offensive opportunities.

The JV girls’ soccer team sliced the Manor Mustangs on Tuesday, March 7, beating them at a clean 9-0.

Within the first couple minutes of the game, the Warriors scored two goals. Team spirit was through the roof as they worked efficiently and smoothly together to take control of the ball. 

“I feel that the game went really well. We came out strong and ended with a really big win,” Anneke Vandermeer ‘25 said.

This game was Westwood’s last home game of the season. The team displayed fluidity and comradery and executed impeccable plays that led them to a win. 

“We worked on possession and crosses a lot in the second half, preparing for [the game] with Vandergrift on Friday,” Tayla Score ‘25. “Overall, it was a really good last home game and I’m excited to have had this experience.”

The JV girls team competed against Vandegrift at Vandergrift on Friday, March 10, at 5:30 p.m. for their final game.