The Oldenburg Academy girls soccer team remains undefeated on the season, but was put to the test by Harrison. The two teams battled to a 0-0 tie at Gillespie Soccer Park. Both teams came out playing aggressive soccer and challenged each other’s possessions, according to OA coach Jeff Nolting. The Lady Twisters won the shot differential by taking 20 shots and only giving up nine. “This was the first game that our defense has been challenged,” Nolting commented “I’m pleased with the ball pressure and limited shot allowed by our girls. “May Hetzer and Meghan Wanstrath did an exceptional job stopping Harrison’s outside counter attacks,” he added. The coach also credited Alyssa Stein for her play in the middle and Hillary Nolting for her play in goal. “Offensively we were able to control possession through stretches of the game, but were unable to convert even though we took 20 shots,” Nolting commented. “A little disappointed we couldn’t score a goal, but credit to Harrison ... none of our shots came without being contested. One day earlier, the Lady Twisters traveled to Greensburg and left with a 5-0 victory. Both teams got off to a slow start until midway through the first half when sophomore Alena Schuckman was able to find the back of the net off a rebound shot giving OA a halftime lead. Oldenburg made some adjustments at halftime playing a more up tempo game. The result was four second half goals within the first six minutes. Hannah Hanauer scored the first two goals from her left side wing position. Gretchen Wilder followed up with another goal and Jamie Reed capped off the night with the final goal. The Lady Twisters are now 4-0-1 on the season. Lady Twisters top Union County The Oldenburg Academy junior varsity soccer team played and posted a 7-0 victory. Freshman Sam Rohrig not only scored her first high school career goal, but scored three goals for the night for the “hat trick”. Other goals were scored by Chelsea Mayborg, Hannah Teaney, Nicole Flaspohler and Claire Dickey. Against Harrison, the young Twisters were defeated by a score of 7-0.