Einstein girls soccer routs SCVi
Albert Einstein Academy's Emily Jadidian, right, has her shot blocked by SCVi goal keeper Avery Bowen on Wednesday at Rio Norte Junior High. Dan Watson/The Signal
By Signal Staff
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

The Albert Einstein Academy varsity girls soccer team beat Santa Clarita Valley International, 6-0, on Wednesday at Rio Norte Junior High.

Jacqueline Morrison scored four goals for the Rockets (3-3 overall, 3-0 in the Omega League). Three of Morrison’s goals came before halftime to boost Einstein to a 4-0 advantage at the break.

Einstein’s Shayna Gruman (30) passes the ball past SCVi defenders Jenna Halas, center, and Rebecca Thull (6) on Wednesday at Rio Norte Junior High. Dan Watson/The Signal

Jaclyn Bogdan scored the game’s first goal, and Ariann Landaverde added a goal after halftime.

“We pretty much had thorough coverage of the field from our defense to our midfield to our offense,” said coach Donna Wood. “They were passing the ball, making plays. They really didn’t allow SCVi to organize themselves.
“Claire Robinson was phenomenal and aggressive in net.”

Robinson saved three shots on goal to back up Morrison’s effort.

“She was on fire,” Wood said of Morrison.

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Albert Einstein Academy's Emily Jadidian, right, has her shot blocked by SCVi goal keeper Avery Bowen on Wednesday at Rio Norte Junior High. Dan Watson/The Signal

Einstein girls soccer routs SCVi

The Albert Einstein Academy varsity girls soccer team beat Santa Clarita Valley International, 6-0, on Wednesday at Rio Norte Junior High.

Jacqueline Morrison scored four goals for the Rockets (3-3 overall, 3-0 in the Omega League). Three of Morrison’s goals came before halftime to boost Einstein to a 4-0 advantage at the break.

Einstein’s Shayna Gruman (30) passes the ball past SCVi defenders Jenna Halas, center, and Rebecca Thull (6) on Wednesday at Rio Norte Junior High. Dan Watson/The Signal

Jaclyn Bogdan scored the game’s first goal, and Ariann Landaverde added a goal after halftime.

“We pretty much had thorough coverage of the field from our defense to our midfield to our offense,” said coach Donna Wood. “They were passing the ball, making plays. They really didn’t allow SCVi to organize themselves.
“Claire Robinson was phenomenal and aggressive in net.”

Robinson saved three shots on goal to back up Morrison’s effort.

“She was on fire,” Wood said of Morrison.