High school soccer: Dolphins beat Marion, fall to Academic Magnet

The Battery Creek Dolphins won on the road in the Class 2-A Girls’ Soccer Playoffs on Monday, May 12, outlasting host Marion 5-3.

Battery Creek, under the tutelage of head coach Ted Wagner, owned multiple leads in the postseason contest.

Offensively for Battery Creek, Taniqua Mungin scored four goals. Breanna Tolbert also found the net, scoring one goal for the Dolphins in the victory.

Defensively, Battery Creek goalkeeper Taylor Jones delivered 15 saves.

With the win, Battery Creek advanced to meet Academic Magnet on Wednesday, May 14, and fell, 9-0, in the second round of the Class 2-A Playoffs.

Defensively, goalkeeper Taylor Jones registered 15 saves for Battery Creek in the season-ending loss.

Battery Creek ended the 2014 season 9-5.

In boys soccer on Tuesday, May 13, Silver Bluff beat Battery Creek 3-0.

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