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Buffalo girls soccer runs through Powell, winning 6-1

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Buffalo High School's varsity girls soccer team hosted Powell for the first home game of the year. The girls took a quick lead, scoring early in the first half and continuing up from there, finishing the first half up 4-1 and finding another two in the second half to win the game 6-1. The next home soccer game will be Friday, April 9 against Torrington. 

Sarah Clason launches the ball back into the box

Buffalo High School sophomore Sarah Clason launches the ball back into the box for another Buffalo shot on Saturday in Buffalo.

Vivi Ostheimer follows the Buffalo shot

Buffalo High School sophomore Vivi Ostheimer follows the Buffalo shot against Powell goalie Mattie Larsen on Saturday in Buffalo. Larsen got a hold of the ball before Ostheimer could knock the ball in.

Kendra Schultze sprints downfield in a breakaway down field

Buffalo High School senior Kendra Schultze sprints downfield in a breakaway down field for Buffalo on Saturday in Buffalo. Schultze shot but did not score a goal on this attempt.

Vivi Ostheimer high fives senior Kendra Schultze

Buffalo High School sophomore Vivi Ostheimer high fives senior Kendra Schultze on Saturday in Buffalo. Schultze scored three goals in the first half and a fourth was credited to her after it was kicked in by Powell.

Makenna Lambert receives a pass

Buffalo High School junior Makenna Lambert receives a pass from a teammate as she moves forward to the corner of the field on Saturday, March 20, 2021 in Buffalo.

Vivi Ostheimer sets up to return the ball

Buffalo High School sophomore Vivi Ostheimer sets up to return the ball to a teammate in front of the goal in hoes of scoring again in the first half on Saturday in Buffalo.

Kendra Schultze laughs after passing the ball

Buffalo High School senior Kendra Schultze laughs after passing the ball to a teammate down field on Saturday in Buffalo. Schutlze finished the game with five of the six goals scored for Buffalo.

Buffalo High School varsity girls soccer team

Buffalo High School varsity girls soccer team sat in a wide circle during halftime while head coach Cameron Spade reflected on the half on Saturday in Buffalo. Buffalo finished the first half up 4-1.

Cameron Spade, left, huddles with the team at the end of halftime

Buffalo High School head coach Cameron Spade, left, huddles with the team at the end of halftime before the girls warm up again for the rest of the game on Saturday in Buffalo. This is Spade’s first year as head coach for the girls soccer team.

Luci Riddle pulls away from Powell sophomore Jaedyn Hampton

Buffalo High School senior Luci Riddle pulls away from Powell sophomore Jaedyn Hampton as she takes the ball downfield on Saturday in Buffalo.

Margaret Olsen lays flat on the ground

Buffalo High School junior Margaret Olsen lays flat on the ground after slipping and falling as the ball returns to Powell on Saturday in Buffalo. Powell recovered the ball.

Piper Schmidt follows the ball

Buffalo High School freshman Piper Schmidt follows the ball out of bounds to make sure that Powell doesn’t recover it before going out on Saturday in Buffalo. The ball was handed over to Buffalo’s possession.

Cantrell Rosalez launches the ball down field

Buffalo High School sophomore Cantrell Rosalez launches the ball down field in front of the goal on Saturday in Buffalo.

Kendra Schultze launches the ball

Buffalo High School senior Kendra Schultze launches the ball toward the net, scoring her third goal of the day against Powell on Saturday in Buffalo. Schultze finished the game with five of the six Buffalo goals - one scored by Powell into their own goal but credited to her.

McKinley Kessler punches the ball downfield

Buffalo High School senior McKinley Kessler punches the ball downfield as Buffalo moves toward the goal on Saturday in Buffalo.

Emma Duncan attempts to get a last minute

Buffalo High School freshman Emma Duncan attempts to get a last minute touch on the ball before Powell goalie Mattie Larsen stops the play on Saturday in Buffalo. Larsen successfully grabbed the ball before Duncan could get a foot on it.

Photojournalist

Jessi Dodge joined the Bulletin as a photojournalist and a Report for America corp member in 2020. If you have ideas or comments, reach out at jessi@buffalobulletin.com.

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