SOCCER: Lady ‘Cats lose to Hoptown in region quarterfinal
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Oct 24, 2012 | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County High School’s girls soccer team finished 2012 with an 8-8-2 record after losing 10-0 to Hopkinsville last Tuesday in the 2nd Region Tournament.

Trigg head coach Rosebud Pennington said the loss was disappointing because the Lady Wildcats were a better team than the one that lost 11-1 to Hoptown on Aug. 28.

"Since we played them the last time, we improved greatly," Pennington said. "We started playing as a team, and I really thought we'd step up and want it a little more. Hoptown's a good team."

Overall, Pennington said it was a solid season and a good way to begin her head coaching career.

"I'm very proud of the season we had," Pennington said. "The younger girls that stepped up this season, I could not have asked for more."

Trigg's group of seniors, including Danielle Adams, Victoria Bryant, Christy Bollinger and Courtney Ellebruch – was led by Lauren Frazier, Trigg's all-time goal scoring leader.

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