CLEAR SPRING -- Senior forwards Megan Crowl and Alyssa Brandt scored two goals each to help the Clear Spring Blazers beat the Hancock Panthers 7-0 on Monday night in a Washington County girls soccer game.
"It was a group effort," Crowl said. "We played real well and we distributed the ball well. I was just basically there to finish the goals. I think that we should be real strong this year."
The Blazers are trying to overcome the loss of senior midfielder Jessica Dice, who is out for the season with a torn ACL.
"We miss Jessica Dice," Crowl added. "All of us are adjusting to our new positions."
Brandt said she's impressed with the way that the Blazers are working together.
"It's a team effort every time," Brandt said. "We're learning to work the ball really well. The team's overall performance is good. We definitely have to play our possession game in the future."