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Hannah Tobiczk and the Woodhaven Warriors shutout New Boston Huron in non-league action on Wednesday night. The Warriors recorded three goals in each half for a 6-0 victory.

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SOCCER: Warriors shut out Chiefs in non league contest

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The Woodhaven girls’ soccer team hosted Huron in non league play on Thursday night and shutout the visiting Chiefs 6-0.

The Warriors ended up only needed one goal for the win, but netted three in each half for the victory.

Juniors Nicole Losek and Allison Manning each recorded two goals in the winning effort.

Losek got the scoring started with 14:46 left in to play in the first half, when she put a nice one in, assisted by freshman Abbey Lorenz.

She got her second of the night four and a half minutes later to give the Warriors a 2-0 lead.

Sydney Lemelin had the assist.

Leading goal scorer Manning, got her offensive night started with just under three minutes left to play in the first half when she shot one past the Huron keeper, assisted by Miranda Ratusnik.

Lorenz wasted no time starting the second half and added a goal to her assist with just over a minute gone by.

Losek had the assist as the two switched roles from Losek’s earlier goal.

Lorenz finished her night with a second assist, this time on Manning’s second goal; a header over the reach of the Huron keeper with 20:58 to play.

Just over ten minutes later Allie May capped the scoring, easily putting one in the back of the net, helped out by Morgan Gillespey.

The Chiefs knew heading in that the Warriors would be tough but Huron Coach Dan Rossow thought his team played a good game, despite missing many of their starters.

“We knew Woodhaven’s pretty good,” he said. “We were missing about a third of our starters today.

“For having basically half of our starters here against a very good team, I thought we did okay for awhile.”

Rossow thought if his whole team could have been there, it could have been a different game.

“We’ve been hot and cold all year long,” Rossow said. “Sometimes we come to play and sometimes we don’t.

“When we come to play, we can play with almost anybody. But when we don’t come to play, life’s difficult.”

The Chiefs will get back to the field next week for their final six games of the regular season before districts start.

Woodhaven takes on Anderson on Monday and will travel to Trenton for the big soccer showdown.

The two teams are tied for first place in the Downriver League and when they met earlier in the season, the Trojans won a 2-1 overtime decision in a game that took two days due to rain delays.

Last Updated: 5/9/2013 10:04:12 PM EST