Sitting at goalie McKenna Mullin's house after school on Thursday, eating a chicken sandwich with her teammates, Neshaminy senior Jess Kelly didn't necessarily think she would give her soccer team the edge over Council Rock South later that evening.
In fact, she hadn't been too pleased with her performance the last couple of games.
But in the first home night game of the season, Kelly put the Redskins over the top, 1-0, in the Suburban One National contest, extending their shutout streak to five games.
The goal came just 40 seconds into the second half as Kelly, a defender, made a nice run forward, pushing into open space. She yelled "dummy" to her teammate - telling her to let the ball through - as the ball slid across the box and landed at her feet.