.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Lady Panthers end district play with 13-0 win at North (10/08)

-A A +A

Junior attacker Dani Wilson helped the 18th-ranked Elizabethtown Lady Panthers get back on the winning track in a big way Monday night at 17th District rival North Hardin.

Wilson scored four goals and dished out two assists as the Lady Panthers cruised to a 13-0 win over the Lady Trojans in one half. Wilson now has 36 goals on the season.

Senior midfielder Natalie Fiepke had three goals and two assists, while senior attacker Brooke Johnson scored twice for Elizabethtown (12-8, 8-0 district), which won for the fifth time in six games.

Junior midfielder Kyleigh Adams had a goal and an assist. Junior attacker Katie Thomas and sophomore midfielders Brooke Hawkins and Bailey Nall also scored. Senior midfielder Jesse Giles had three assists and senior defender Jackie Thompson had one.

Senior keeper Haley Jones made one save.

North Hardin (4-12, 2-7) closed the regular season on a seven-game losing streak. The Lady Trojans were mercy ruled in four of those losses.

Sophomore keeper Harley Domschke made eight saves.

UP NEXT: Elizabethtown hosts Woodford County at 7 p.m. Wednesday. North Hardin plays Fort Knox at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the 17th District Tournament quarterfinal at Central Hardin.

nelson county 6, john hardin 3. The visiting Lady Cardinals (13-6) pulled away with five goals in the second half, handing the Lady Bulldogs (7-10) their fourth loss in six games.

Senior attacker Anne Hare had two goals and one assist, while junior attacker Erika Ralston scored and senior attacker Kaley Tracy had an assist.

Junior keeper Tamera Taylor stopped 15 shots.

The teams combined for eight goals in the second half.

“I think it was because of the cold weather,” John Hardin coach Brittany Carter said. “It tired both defenses out in the second half. We were able to spring free a couple of times.”

UP NEXT: John Hardin plays at Collins at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

BOYS

BARDSTOWN 2, LARUE COUNTY 1. The homestanding Tigers (11-6-2) won for the fifth time in their last eight games, snapping LaRue County’s three-game winning streak.

Senior Curtis Milby scored for the Hawks (7-9-1), while sophomore keeper Austin McCreery made 14 saves.

UP NEXT: LaRue County hosts Taylor County at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.