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HSG women send signs of life in the relegation battle


The women's handball team at HSG Freising-Neufahrn celebrated an important 23:20 home win against Gundelfingen and thus draw new hope.

The women's handball team at HSG Freising-Neufahrn celebrated an important 23:20 home win against Gundelfingen and thus draw new hope.


– The women’s handball team at HSG Freising-Neufahrn was finally able to celebrate again: At home they beat TV Gundelfingen 23:20 (14:13) in the lower league duel and, thanks to their second win of the season, moved up to tenth place.

The gap to the relegation relegation is only three points.

"It was a big lift from my heart," said coach Simon Klawe.

"We had the necessary bit of luck in the decisive phases, the win is enormously important for self-confidence."

Two top performers struck

In the early stages, things were anything but smooth.

The top performers Anna Sophia Meyerhofer and Melanie Kapser were both battered and, like their teammates, needed a little to find their way into the game.

After various technical errors, it was soon 1:5 and after ten minutes 4:8 from the point of view of the HSG.

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But the hostesses threw everything into the balance.

On the left wing Theresa Obermeier kept replacing Kapser and set good accents, Alina Schindler showed a strong performance in the backcourt.

After the 7:12, Freising-Neufahrn started to catch up, which reached its climax with Melanie Kapser's goal to make it 14:13 shortly before the half-time whistle.

Thanks to a strong defense, the girls kept winning the ball and attacking quickly - Francesca Volz in particular used these to score easy goals.

HSG is closing at the back

In the second period, Gundelfingen regained the lead, at times it was 17:19.

But the next three goals belonged to the Klawe squad - and the 20:20 was to remain the last goal conceded: In the remaining 14 minutes, HSG sealed their own goal.

Goalkeeper Dorothea Schlegel played a big part in this with a few saves, including two penalty kicks.

In the end it was enough for the important home win.

The HSG goals threw:

Francesca Volz 8/3, Melanie Kapser 5, Theresa Obermeier 2, Anna Sophia Meyerhofer 2, Luise Schlegel 2, Maren Müller 1, Carolin Vopel 1, Franziska Edler 1, Lisa Gruber 1.

Bernd Heinzinger

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Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2023-01-30

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