Lowry’s Litzi Silva fends off a Churchill County defender on her way to the goal in Saturday’s match in Winnemucca.
Lowry’s Litzi Silva fends off a Churchill County defender on her way to the goal in Saturday’s match in Winnemucca.
After picking up just a tie in the first half of the 3A East season, the Lowry High School girls soccer team closed the second half with a 2-2-1 record to finish the regular season at 2-6-2 and fourth place in the 3A league standings.

Lowry traveled to Elko this past Friday and suffered a 5-0 loss but returned home on Saturday to take on Churchill County and ended the regular season with a 2-2 tie against the Greenwave. 

Lowry lost 7-1 the first time it played Churchill County.

The Greenwave struck first in the 21st minute, as a shot went off the hands of Lowry goalie Abagail Magana. Despite giving up the goal, Magana would be a factor in the end for the Lady Bucks.

Moments later, Lowry tied the game at 1-1 on a penalty kick by Elizabeth Aguilar, after Churchill County was whistled for a foul in the 18-yard box.

Churchill County got the goal back in the 32nd minute and took a 2-1 advantage into halftime.

Lowry scored the tying goal early in the second half on a shot by Kenzi Dowd Smith.

Both teams had their chances to take the lead in the final 20 minutes of the second half, but could not find the net. In extra time, Churchill County had chance to win the contest, but Magana stopped the penalty kick in one plays of the game. The Greenwave shooter, softly lifted a shot that Magana saved.

Lowry ends its shortened six-week season on Wednesday with a playoff game in Elko at 11 a.m.

The Indians finished third in the 3A East and Lowry was fourth.