Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

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September 21, 2012

OA soccer team wins two more

The Oldenburg Academy Lady Twisters improved to 9-1 on the soccer season with an 8-0 victory over Switzerland County.

The Lady Twisters scored six times in the first half to put the game well out of reach.

Gretchen Wilder and Lauren Kirschner each scored a pair of goals, while Maria Lewis and Chelsea Mayborg each scored once. Kirsten Ricke and Alena Schuckman each had two assists. Hannah Hanauer assisted on one of the Kirschner goals.

The scoring pace slowed in the second half, but the Lady Twisters were able to net two. Carly Hertel scored off an assist by May Hetzer. Hetzer also scored one unassisted.

Sarah Abrams was in goal for Oldenburg and was credited with shutout.

OA blanks Jennings County

Oldenburg Academy made short work of the visiting Jennings County Lady Panthers.

Oldenburg scored three times in the first half en route to a  7-0 victory.

It took the Lady Twisters about 10 minutes to get settled and establish a firm control of the game, however, once they did, the goals came frequently, according to assistant coach John Enneking.

Hanauer  and Lewis (2)  scored first half goals.

Early on in the second half in the 44th minute, Ricke made a nice throw in to Hanauer who made a quick turn and scored from 12 yards out to make it 4-0.  Less than 5 minutes later, the ball was bouncing around inside the 6 yard box where a deflection went right to Gretchen Wilder who took the shot and gave the twisters a 5-0 lead. 

Wilder  added two more goals to make it a seven point margin.

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