JACKSON – The Jackson Ironladies soccer team failed to break through Unioto’s defense in a non-league makeup game on Wednesday at Alumni Stadium.

The Ironladies could not withstand the early attacks by the Lady Shermans, as Autumn Stanger found the back of the net less than five minutes in off an assist from Erin Callahan.

The goal, coming with 35:27 remaining in the first half, gave the Lady Shermans momentum on the way to a 4-0 win. It was the final regular-season game for Jackson.

Stanger extended Unioto’s lead with 27:01 left on an unassisted goal for a 2-0 lead.

Then Emily Hanes found the back of the net on an assist by Brandy Robinson with 11:40 left to take a 3-0 advantage.

With Jackson spending the bulk of the first half on its side of the field, the Ironladies couldn’t find its way through Unioto’s defense for a solid shot.

The Ironladies managed just one shot on goal in the first half by Emma Bapst that was corralled by Unioto goalkeeper Sydney Free.

Stanger completed the hat trick for Unioto with 33:27 left in the second half. The goal was assisted by Robinson to give the Lady Shermans a 4-0 lead.

Jackson had three opportunities in the second half on shots by Macy Tripp, Kirsten Evans, and Makayla Power, but Free earned the shutout with four saves on the night for Unioto.

Meanwhile, freshman goalkeeper Mattie Walburn finished with five saves in the second half for Jackson.

Up next, the Ironladies (12-4-0), which drew the No. 6 seed in the sectional tournament drawing in Division II, will host No. 11, Logan Elm, on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at Alumni Stadium.

Kickoff is scheduled for 5 p.m., with the winner to face the winner between No. 3 Marietta and No. 14 Thornville on Saturday, Oct. 24.

Jackson 5, Leesburg Fairfield 2: The Ironladies ran their record to 12-3-0 with a non-league victory on the road at Leesburg Fairfield on Monday, Oct. 12.

Kirsten Evans had a hand in four of Jackson’s five goals, scoring four times, while Emma Bapst added a goal on a blast from deep.

Macy Tripp had two assists, and Makayla Wyant had one for the Ironladies.

Jackson led 3-0 at halftime and played to a 2-2 tie against Fairfield in the second half.