DEXTER- The Dexter Tigers girls soccer team lost 5-4 against Searsport in their season opener on September 11th.
Since that time, the Tigers have a record of 8-0-2 and have outscored their opponents 33-4.
That includes a 9-0 victory over Searsport on Thursday afternoon.
Tasha Pratt took over as goalie after the season opening loss to Searsport.
Pratt has recorded seven shutouts, including five straight.
The junior duo of Abbey Jordan and Michaela White lead a balanced Dexter offensive attack.
Jordan has recorded 11 goals and three assists. White has added nine goals and four assists.
Bobbie Chambers has scored five goals and added three assists.
Meredith Roderka and Shayna Fogg have scored four goals each. Christine May has put in two goals for Dexter.
Skyler Theodore, Brookie Chambers, Abbie Melvin, and Pratt have also scored for the Tigers.
The Tigers will have a challenge on Saturday morning when they host their homecoming game against Piscataquis community high school (PCHS).
Game time is scheduled for 9 a.m. and can be heard live right here.
Theodore scored the game winning goal in a 2-1 Dexter victory over PCHS on September 23rd.
The Pirates have won five straight since that loss against the Tigers.
Goalie Delani Bennett has recorded four shutouts in the last five games for PCHS.
Alex Speed is one of the best offensive players in class C. The junior has 19 goals, including a six goal performance against Penquis this week.
Mariah Pettit has scored nine goals for the Pirates. Sophomore Lucinda Wingert has chipped in with five goals.
Sarah Tayler and Michaela Pratt have scored one goal each for PCHS.
Dexter is currently third in the MPA class C heal point standings. They have three games left in the regular season, including two huge heal point worthy games against PCHS and Orono.
PCHS (7-3-1) currently sits in 12th place. The top 11 teams will qualify for the class C tournament.
A win against the Tigers would secure a tournament spot for the Pirates. They also have games against Central and a huge heal point worthy game against Greenville.
Saturday will be a full day at Dexter.
The boys soccer team will host PCHS at 11 a.m. The Tigers football team will take on Orono at 1 p.m.
The field hockey game between Dexter and Mattanawcook will finish the day with a 4 p.m. scheduled start.