[JJC's Kegan Balaja]
There were many more good scoring chances in the final 45 minutes, beginning with nice free kicks from Plainfield South graduate Lindsey Bond and a free kick from Plainfield South graduate Miranda Nirchi that went inside to Minooka graduate Hailey Arlis, whose header was deflected away. Madison countered with a couple of good attempts from Peyton Trapino and a shot from Britt Schumann that bounced off of the post.
JJC, which also got four shots on goal from Morgan Samp, grabbed a 2-0 advantage in the 71st minute when Bond placed a corner kick in front and after Nirchi got a touch on it, Arlis was able to head the ball in for the score.
"We knew that it was going to be a really intense game and we realized that we had nothing to lose," Arlis said. "We had already lost to them once and had two losses under our belts and they had none so they didn't know how it felt to lose and we did. So we kind of took that and used it as our fire since we really wanted to beat them and give them their first loss. We work very well together and at practice wed have so much fun. We do goof off but we also know when to get serious and we know what we have to do and when to do it."