Lady Wildcats win first-ever district soccer game
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Terah Goins (center) and Elizabeth Dunn (right) jot down a few notes while interviewing student, Mathew Pawlus (left), who chose to work at Food Giant during eighth grade Career Day.
Terah Goins (center) and Elizabeth Dunn (right) jot down a few notes while interviewing student, Mathew Pawlus (left), who chose to work at Food Giant during eighth grade Career Day.
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Trigg County notched their first-ever district win with a 3-2 win at Dawson Springs Sept. 6.

Hanna Oliver scored a goal and added an assist as the Lady Wildcats fired of 42 shots in the game.

“We played much better than we have been,” Lady Wildcat head coach Dana Bush said. “We passed the ball better and maintained possession by moving the ball.”

Oliver’s first goal came from an assist by Kelsey Hill. Oliver returned to favor to teammate Molly Walters by feeding her with a pass for the goal.

Laykn Brooks finished out the scoring for Trigg with a goal.

“We had trouble getting our shots past their goalie. We’ll be working on finishing the shot more,” Bush said.

Rebecca Gogel scored both goals for Dawson Springs (1-4-3).

Trigg County stands at 2-2-2 on the season and 1-2 in the district. The Lady Wildcats will host Hopkinsville Thursday at the Complex.

Trigg County 1

University Heights 1


Despite a 2-to-1 advantage in shots, Trigg County could only muster a 1-1 tie with University Heights Sept. 8 at the Complex.

“We’re still not stepping to the ball effectively and just waiting around for something to happen,” Bush said. “We’re just not finishing.”

Trigg County outshot UHA 22-11, with Lady Wildcat goalie Megan Francis making six saves in goal.

Freshman Danni Romero scored Trigg’s lone goal off an assist from Amanda Simmons.

Elizabeth Bressler scored the only goal by UHA (1-1-2).

The J.V. game also ended in a 2-2 tie, with Trigg County getting goals from Hanna Oliver and Taylor Davis.

Crittenden County 4

Trigg County 2


Trigg County didn’t have an answer for Crittenden County’s Melissa Kirk, who scored all four of the Lady Rockets goals in a 4-2 win over the Lady Wildcats Sept. 1 in Marion.

Kirk had nine of Crittenden County’s shots on goal and had too big a hand in the Lady Rocket offense, according to Lady Wildcat head coach Dana Bush.

“We had her marked at the beginning of the game, but I’m not sure what happened after that,” Bush said. “We let our guard down early and got burned.”

Trigg County got goals from Laykn Brooks, who was assisted by Amanda Simmons, and by Abigail Torian, who scored off a pass from Kendra Goforth.

Crittenden County is 4-1-1.

The J.V. game was called at halftime with a score of 0-0 due to lightning.
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