Waterford Mott fell to its rival last week before snapping a four-match losing streak with a tie.
Mott began the week with a 1-0 loss to Waterford Kettering on Tuesday, May 3.
The Corsairs (3-5-2 overall, 1-3-2 in the Kensington Lakes Activities Association North Division, 5 points) then snapped their losing streak with a 2-2 draw against Huron Valley Lakeland (6-4-2, 1-4-1, 4 points) on Thursday, May 5.
Kate Golfis and Hannah Messer each scored a goal for Mott.
“Well, the bleeding has stopped. Obviously, we would’ve preferred a win, but it was essential that we reverse the flow of the negative momentum that has been building up over the past several weeks,” said Mott Head Coach Evan Baker. “There’s still a massive amount of work to be done. Next week presents us with three very difficult games, and we’ll likely be down to 14 players for at least two of them, if not all of them. But we’ve got a bit of confidence back, and I was really happy with today’s training session.”
Mott hosted Walled Lake Central yesterday, Tuesday, May 10, and will welcome first-place Walled Lake Western tomorrow, Thursday, May 12.