KJCCC Women's Soccer Athletes of the Week, Wk. 7
Getting it done at both ends of the pitch, a pair of Johnson County players helped the Cavailers to a pair of wins including a road victory upsetting the nation's 13th ranked team.
Sophomore forward Kayla Brashear helped lead Johnson County to a pair of wins last week. She scored JCCC’s second goal in a 5-0 home win over Allen, and capped the week two second half goals to power the Lady Cavaliers to a 2-1 upset win at No. 13-ranked Butler on Saturday evening. This was her fourth game-winning goal of the season, which ties for the lead in the conference. She also leads JCCC with 23 points and is tied in goals scored with 10.
Johnson County freshman goalkeeper Olivia Ways registered two wins last week. She opened the week with a 5-0 win over Allen. She saved all four shots she faced in 77:40 in net. She capped the week with a 2-1 win over No. 13 Butler. She allowed one first half goal while saving four shots. Ways lowered her goals against average to 1.17, fifth-best in the conference, and her save percentage to .824, fourth-best in the KJCCC.
Other Player Nominations:
Domenica Pena - Barton; Fatima Leme - Cloud County; Manuela Oliveira - Cowley; Naomi Waithira - Hutchinson
Other Goalkeeper Nominations:
Chiara Soergel - Hutchinson