The young squad of SpVgg Altenerding 3 did pretty well in the handball derby against TSV Wartenberg 2. In the end, they had to admit defeat in the Mitte district class with 23:26 (11:14) goals.
- Despite this, team captain Nicole Steinbrecher was satisfied: "Eleven of the twelve players in the squad were under 21 years old, many can still compete at youth level."
In the first half, the spectators in the Semptsporthalle saw a tight duel.
Johanna Bauschmid worked in attack for Altenerding, and Sophie Lößl also knew how to please with a few goals.
Steinbrecher also praised the youngsters: Angelina Hackspiel, a youngster from B level, showed some nice passes on her first appearance in the women's section and also celebrated her first goal.
Only towards the end of the first half did the favored guests pull away.
The second in the table once again benefited from his outstanding balance in attacking play.
All eight field players in the small squad scored - this time Lisa Hausser was the most happy with a total of nine stalls.
The next few minutes belonged to Wartenberg before the SpVgg women improved significantly again.
In the meantime, they had come within a goal before technical errors prevented the complete turnaround.
The women from Wartenberg used the faux pas to score quick goals.
Julia Pfosser caught a few strong minutes, including the important goal to 24:21.
By the end, the gap was at least three goals, and TSV trainer Hansi Huber was full of praise: “We have the right routine.
Even in tight situations, the women always stayed calm and looked for their chances.” But Steinbrecher was also satisfied: “We stood up for a long time, but in the end we beat ourselves. Understandably, the young team still lacked the necessary toughness.
Johanna Bauschmid 7, Sophie Lößl 5, Elena Sommer 4, Jessica Scherb 3, Greta Felbinger 2/1 and Angelina Hackspiel -
Sofia Hellinger 2, Hannah Rott 2, Andrea Angermaier 4/2, Mariana Rademacher-Rodrigues 3 , Tanja Krraki, 2/1, Lisa Hausser 9, Julia Pfosser 3, Lena Haindl