Wilsonville unable to capture victory from West Salem

The Lady Cats fell to the Titans 0-5

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Wilsonville unable to capture victory from West Salem

West Salem forward Paige Alexander takes on senior goalie Kendall Taylor. Alexander went on to win the OSAA Athlete of the Week after this performance.

West Salem forward Paige Alexander takes on senior goalie Kendall Taylor. Alexander went on to win the OSAA Athlete of the Week after this performance.

West Salem forward Paige Alexander takes on senior goalie Kendall Taylor. Alexander went on to win the OSAA Athlete of the Week after this performance.

West Salem forward Paige Alexander takes on senior goalie Kendall Taylor. Alexander went on to win the OSAA Athlete of the Week after this performance.

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From the get-go, the Titans came out explosive, scoring two goals in the first half.  Jolie Jones shot one of those goals while Paige Alexander scored the second.  The Titans took multiple shots on goal with Wilsonville goalie, Kendall Taylor, working hard to prevent as many scores as possible.

In the second half, the Wildcats came out with explosive offense with powerful shots taken by Ally Finkbeiner and Lindsey Antonson.  Despite their best efforts, the cats were unable to score in the second half.  The Titans, however, scored three times again in the second half — two of them belonging to Paige Alexander, who completed her hat trick.

Although the Wildcats put in their best effort against a 6A team, they were unable to take charge and seize the day.