Thursday, December 17, 2009

Preps: Panthers gain revenge over Wolves

Tampa Tribune girls soccer correspondent Jarrett Guthrie was at last night's win for Plant against Newsome:

Apart from setting up an interesting side-plot to the Sarasota Holiday Tournament, which begins today, it bears echoing the thoughts of Plant coach Steve McGill about how well Plant freshman Caroline Bado has played not only this season, but in the Panthers two games against the Wolves. She had the equalizer to send the game to a shootout when they met at Wharton's Lady Wildcat Invitational, and now picks up a pair of goals on Thursday night.

The other question will be how both sides will rebound for a potential schedule of four games in two days, with the two games scheduled for today having only a two-hour recovery period in-between. Both the Panthers and Wolves will face Tampa Prep and Berkeley Prep today, and both the Terrapins and Buccaneers have shown that when at full strength, they are very far from pushovers. After the intensity of Thursday night's game, will the Panthers and Wolves have enough in the tank to battle through to a third meeting?

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