Consistent scoring from juniors Jelena Sever and Taylore DeLong and solid goalkeeping by sophomore Nina Delgadillo has helped the Greendale girls soccer team start 4-0.
The Panthers downed West Allis Hale, 3-2, on April 12 and Greenfield, 8-0, on April 11 to remain unbeaten. They had earlier topped Kenosha Indian Trail, 3-1, and Franklin, 3-2.
Leading the way are forward Sever with six goals and forward/midfielder DeLong with five goals, and Delgadillo with just five goals allowed, including one shutout.
Junior midfielder Catie Caruso tallied the game-winner in the 62nd minute to beat Hale, breaking a 2-2 tie at the time.
Sophomore midfielder Desa Vorkapich scored the first goal against Hale on a crossing pass by sophomore forward/midfielder Anna Turdo.
Sever took a pass from DeLong for a score and a 2-0 halftime lead, then the Huskies tied the game with two second-half goals.
Against Greenfield, DeLong put in four goals, including the opener in the third minute on an assist from Vorkapich.
Turdo used a pass from Vorkapich for the second goal four minutes later, then junior midfielder Cassidy Sanchez made it 3-0 in the 10th minute.
DeLong scored two more for a 5-0 lead and added her fourth goal one minute into the second half. Sever and junior midfielder Katie Hartung put in the other two goals and Delgadillo made four saves.
Scoring against Indian Trail were Sever with two and DeLong, and tallying against Franklin were Sever with two and sophomore defender Ella Farley.
Greendale is now off until 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, when it meets New Berlin West at home.