Not too bad of an afternoon for the Talasky sisters.
Older sister Taylor Talasky recorded Eisenhower's first two goals and younger sister Jackie Talasky recorded the third tally of the contest during the Knights' 3-0 victory over Corry Thursday at Eisenhower High School.
"We did control the ball quite well," said Eisenhower coach Kevin Weigel. "(Corry) was a little depleted and that allowed us to work in space."
Times Observer photo by Allen Seybert
Eisenhower’s Bizz Baran tries to settle the ball during a girls soccer match with Corry Thursday at Eisenhower High School.
With some help from a strong breeze, Taylor Talasky scored the game's first goal with 27 minutes left in the first half. Talasky shot the ball from 25 yards out and the Corry goalkeeper had trouble handling the shot that trickled into the goal for a 1-0 Ike lead.
With eight minutes left in the opening half, Talasky was fed by teammate Sidney Wallin to make it 2-0 Knights at halftime. Jackie Talasky's goal was scored with 18 minutes remaining when the sophomore drilled a shot into the right corner of the goal. Wallin was credited with her second assist of the game.
Ike goalkeeper Rachel Dinger stayed relatively unbusy during the night, finishing with four saves.
Weigel praised the strong play of forwards Paige Parmenter and Reilly Franklin as well as the efforts of midfielders Courtney Jewell, Alyssa Gray and Kelsie Morine.
The Knights (3-6-2) return to action Tuesday, hosting North East.