Irish: Abbey Akin, Alexa Gonce bringing the goods...
By Robert Przybylo
Junior Alexa Gonce scored six goals in a 10-0 win for Bishop McGuinness against Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
Gonce scored four unassisted goals and also had two assists for the Irish.
If it wasn’t Gonce, it was junior Abbey Akin picking up the slack. Akin scored three goals and had two assists.
McGuinness, ranked seventh in Class 5A, begins plays in the Tulsa Kelley Invitational on Friday.
The girls had an incredible season last year before losing to Metro Christian in the semifinals, so you know they’ve been using that as motivation.
And while last year the girls had a target on their back, that’s not the case this year. That might allow them to play loose and play at their best.
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