CANFIELD OH- In a thrilling matchup, the Canfield girls’ soccer team continued their remarkable season, improving to an impressive 11-0-1 record with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over West Branch. This clash showcased the determination and skill of both teams as they battled it out on the field.

Canfield’s offensive firepower came through once again, with goals credited to standout players Maci Toporcer and Hanna Wahib. Gianna Marino played a pivotal role in the victory, contributing an important assist that helped secure the win.

West Branch didn’t go down without a fight, as Sophia Gregory found the back of the net for their sole goal, beautifully assisted by Chloe Dennison.

The goalkeepers were kept busy throughout the match, with Canfield’s Lolo Padgett making two crucial saves, while West Branch’s Zoe Sanders demonstrated her skills with four saves.

Canfield’s precision in front of the net was evident, as they outshot West Branch 11-5, highlighting their offensive dominance.

This victory held special significance as it marked a milestone for Canfield’s head coach, Phil Simone, who celebrated his 400th career win. It’s a testament to his leadership and coaching prowess that has guided Canfield’s soccer program to such incredible success over the years.

As Canfield girls’ soccer continues to shine this season, this memorable win will be cherished as a significant moment in Coach Simone’s distinguished career. The team’s unyielding determination and skillful play are setting the stage for an exciting future as they aim for continued success on the field.