HS Soccer Scoreboard: Conroe Boys score half a dozen in win over Grand Oaks

By: Woodlands Online Sports Staff
| Published 03/06/2021



Boys Soccer

Conroe 6, Grand Oaks 0

The Tigers picked up their second-straight win with a dominant showing on the road at Grand Oaks. A brace from two players, William Spellman and Daniel Ruiz, along with goals from Carlos Salinas and Ulises Quintanilla led their fifth district win (5-2).

Conroe didn’t waste time taking control of the game on Friday night. The Tigers took the lead in the fifth minute when Spellman, on the receiving end of a low cross into the box, slotted the ball home into the bottom left corner. 10 minutes later, Ruiz drew a foul in the box to win a penalty. Then, Salinas stepped up and converted the penalty kick to give Conroe a quick 2-0 lead. Ruiz scored a nice goal, diving to get his chest on the ball to redirect it into the net, to send the Tigers into halftime with a three goal lead.

Conroe kept the heat on Grand Oaks and matched their performance from the first half with another three-goal half. Quintanilla beat the keeper to start the scoring late into the second half. Ruiz picked up his second goal on a shot that was partially blocked but deflected into the net. Then, in the final minute, Conroe drew another penalty and Spellman stepped up to bury the spot kick to complete a strong night.

Conroe returns home for the next two games against College Park and The Woodlands.

Other District Scores:

The Woodlands 4, Oak Ridge 1
College Park 1, Willis 1 (CP 4-3 on PKs)

Girls Soccer

The Woodlands 6, Oak Ridge 2

The Highlanders continue to obliterate opponents both in non-district and district games. The Woodlands move to 7-0 in District 13-6A and 14-1 overall. They’ve scored four or more goals in every game since January and it was a six-goal showing on Friday versus the War Eagles.

Six players made their way onto the scoresheet in the win. Samone Knight, Janey Kauppinen, Ivana Palomo, and Natasha Budisa sent the Highlanders into halftime with a 4-0 lead. Kyara Forde and Marley Krach joined the party in the second half to put an exclamation point on another dominant showing.

Other District Scores:

Grand Oaks 4, Conroe 0
College Park 4, Willis 0

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