One Smith with a hat trick, another scores 1st goal in Greensburg soccer win

The Greensburg girls varsity soccer team. (Provided Photo)

Greensburg traveled to Versailles Tuesday night and came from behind to knock off South Ripley 4-3 in girls’ varsity soccer.

The Raiders dominated the first half, but Greensburg came to life after the intermission.

Sr. Captain Macey Smith recorded her second hat trick of the season for the Pirates, who trailed 2-0 at halftime.

Smith’s first goal was a charge from half field. Her second was off an assist from Senior Captain Natalie Kalinowski and her third was an assist from Senior Captain Emilee Ernstes.

In addition to three goals from Macey Smith, Genevevive Smith found the nets for the first time in high school on a shot from midfield. Genevevive Smith also had two steals and a blocked goal.

Junior Shelby Able also had a notable blocked goal.

Freshman Goalkeeper Emma Hostetler saw and stopped four shots on goal. Freshman Keeper Madeline Shrader saw 11 shots on goal and only allowed three.

Greensburg improves to 4-1 on the year and will be home tomorrow night against Madison at 5:30.

(We thank Greensburg girls soccer coach Ryan Morlan for the information used in this story)