The scoring started rather quickly with Windber Junior Natalie Buza scoring the first goal of the game only eight minutes into the match giving the Ramblers an early lead 1-0 with 32 minutes left to play in the first half.
Just before halftime, Buza struck again for the second time of the night. Ending the half, the Ramblers were up 2-0.
Not far into the second half, Buza scored her third goal of the night, and upped the score to 3-0.
Berlin had an answer, though, as they scored with about twenty minutes left in the second half to make the score 3-1.
However, the Lady Ramblers weren’t done. With three minutes left to play, freshman Anna Steinbeck shut the door on the Mountaineers with a goal, making the final score 4-1, with the Lady Ramblers coming out on top.
After the game, sophomore Gina Gaye said, “It was a very good maturity test for us, and we were able to beat a tough team that we beat in the District V playoffs last year.”
The Ladies’ next game is Wednesday night at Conemaugh Township High School against the Indians.