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Visiting Newport Central Catholic ran its unbeaten streak to six straight with a 3-2 win over the North Hardin Trojans on Thursday night.
The Thoroughbreds (5-1-1) pulled away with two second-half goals as the Trojans (4-5) saw their two-game winning streak end.
Freshman forward Simeon Packer tied it at 1 on an unassisted goal with 5 minutes left in the first half, while senior midfielder Taylor Yates made it 3-2 on his goal with about 9 minutes to go.
North Hardin junior keeper Andrew Rendon made seven saves.
“It was a well-played game,” Trojans coach Jim Stone said. “But we got out of our game and started playing kickball. We didn’t pass very well in the second half. They are a good team.”
UP NEXT: North Hardin hosts Fort Knox at 7 p.m. Monday.
LARUE COUNTY 5, CAMPBELLSVILLE 2. Senior forward Curtis Milby and junior midfielder Hunter Smith each scored two goals as the Hawks rolled past 18th District rival Campbellsville for their second straight win.
Senior Raymundo Perez also scored, while junior defender Miguel Martinez had three assists.
Junior keeper Holden Blair made 19 saves for LaRue County (2-4, 2-1 district), which started 0-4.
UP NEXT: LaRue County hosts Bullitt Central at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
FORT KNOX 2, TAYLOR COUNTY 1. Senior keeper Will Ostlund stopped a penalty kick late in the second half, helping the Eagles (1-8) snap their eight-game losing streak with a win over the Cardinals (2-4-1).
Sophomore Ryan Guzman and senior Jesus Fuentes scored for Fort Knox, which had been held scoreless in four straight games.
UP NEXT: Fort Knox plays at North Hardin at 7 p.m. Monday.
FORT KNOX 9, BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY 5. Senior midfielder Christina Rice scored five times and sophomore midfielder Jalisa Fleisher had two goals and two assists as the homestanding Lady Eagles (2-7) snapped a four-game losing streak.
Junior midfielder Mia Mebane and freshman Charleigh Manley also scored for Fort Knox, which led 3-1 at the half and had been mercy-ruled in three of its last four games.
Junior keeper Aubrey Freeman made six saves.
UP NEXT: Fort Knox hosts Elizabethtown at 5:30 p.m. Monday.