PREP ROUNDUP: Indians’ Meche makes it into national soccer chart

Published 11:58 pm Monday, March 7, 2016

The News staff reports
PORT NECHES — Senior Port Neches-Groves keeper Bryce Meche jumped into the national record book Monday after the Indians 9-0 win over Ozen at The Reservation.
Meche now has 56 shutouts in his career. The record is 61 held by Brenham’s Zach Riffett, who set the mark from 2001-03.
PN-G coach Chad Luttrull reported Meche is now in the top 15 in the country for career shutouts, according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Koby Jones had a goal and six assists Monday, and Preston Riggs and Colton Stone each had two goals and an assist. Noah Mullins finished with two goals and Sergio Aguilar and Harlan Cook both had goals.
The Indians (13-2-6, 7-2-4) have only two matches left in the District 22-5A race including Friday’s road game in Beaumont against Central.

BAYTOWN — Anthony Drago kept the Ganders off the scoreboard for the Bulldogs, but Monday’s District 22-5A contest ended in a tie.
Nederland (9-5-6, 6-2-3 in District 22-5A) will host Goose Creek Memorial on Friday.

PN-G 12, OZEN 0

BEAUMONT — The Port Neches-Groves Lady Indians won their second straight match with a 12-0 shutout over the Ozen Lady Panthers on Monday.
PN-G got two hat tricks in the match as both Mikayla Johnson and Mia Delgadillo each scored three goals. Kayla Reed, Hailey Loupe, Jillian Flores and Bailey Tran all scored a goal for the Lady Indians (13-6-2, 9-3-1).
Meryl Williams, Camryn Prosen, Flores, Kacie Wallace, Tran, Johnson and Reed all had assists for PN-G.
The Lady Indians are back home Friday to face Central.

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NEDERLAND — Three Lady Bulldogs found the back of the net twice as Nederland defeated Baytown Lee 11-0 Monday.
Madison Ledet, Meg Sheppard and Tatum Kieschnick all scored twice in the Lady Bulldogs (14-4-1, 9-2-1) victory.
Phoebe Short, Haley Plumley, Skylar Thomassie and Madison Diaz all scored a goal. Nederland also scored on an own goal in the match.
Keeper Emma Roccaforte was credited with the shutout.
Nederland plays at Goose Creek Memorial Friday.


BEAUMONT — The Nederland Lady Bulldogs made quick work of the Ozen Lady Panthers Monday in Beaumont.
Nederland defeated Ozen 16-0 in three innings and pounded out 13 hits and gave up only two to Ozen.
Hannah Smith and Hannah Goode led the Lady Bulldogs (13-7, 2-0) charge by scoring three runs each. Goode also had three RBI.
Bailey Beard was 2 for 3 with three RBI, two runs and a double while Lindsey Taylor was 2 for 2 with two RBI and two runs scored.
Madelyn Daniel was 1 for 3 with two RBI and a run and Lexi Eversole and Hannah Grumbles were both 2 for 2 with two runs. Grumbles added two RBI.
Destini Trahan threw all three innings and allowed two hits with five strikeouts and two walks.
Nederland plays Central Friday at home.

PORT NECHES — The Goose Creek Memorial Lady Patriots handed the Port Neches-Groves Lady Indians the team’s first District 22-5A loss of the season Monday.
Goose Creek’s Kelsey Stewart had seven strikeouts and allowed seven hits the Lady Patriots’ 6-3 victory.
Alexis LaBure pitched the first three innings for PN-G (10-6, 1-1) and struck out seven batters. Britni Hunt threw the final four innings and struck out six.
Rachel Hammersmith was 2 for 3 with a double, two runs and a stolen base and Bayja Newby was 1 for 3 with a double and a RBI.
The Lady Indians committed four errors in the field.
PN-G plays at Lumberton Friday.