On Tuesday night, JV pulled off a win against the Interlake Saints.
In an exciting and somewhat chaotic match, Redmond prevailed 4-1 against Interlake. Interlake was aggressive out of the gate, putting Redmond immediately on their heels. There was physical and scrappy play from both teams, with multiple players becoming closely acquainted with the turf. After settling a bit, Redmond was able to break the ice with Price springing to his feet after a fall and scampering around the keeper to drive it home. The slick conditions wreaked havoc with players’ footing, and contributed to an Interlake strike slipping through Condon’s hands to tie it up a few minutes later. A lovely cross from Lee was tapped by Michalski to Rabadan for the goal to close out the first half. The second half was filled with tension and drama as numerous Redmond chances failed to see the back of the net. Some nice defensive poise and leadership was shown by co-captain Merrick early in the second half who helped shut down a dangerous Interlake run. In the waning minutes of the match, Redmond broke the dam wide open and two spirited and determined attacks led to goals in quick succession by Hernandez and Tiglon which finalized the result.
Goals: 5’ (Price), 37’ (Rabadan, assist Michalski), 78’ (Hernandez, assist Price), 79’ (Tiglon, assist Hernandez)