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Wildcats shut out Cobras, 6-0

By The Staff

Under 8

Wildcats, 6

– Cobras, 0

Though the Wildcats were sluggish at first, they played with improved determination in the second half. Lilly David demonstrated tenacity reminiscent of a bulldog when she powered a shot into the back of the net. Maddie Walker had a textbook take-away at mid-field, which she converted into a score. Caleb Dye scored two goals after being the recipient of two great passes – one from Meg Gamm and the other from Caden Hedger. Cody Anderson finished the scoring for the Wildcats with a goal late in the fourth quarter.

The Wildcat defense was again very solid. Merideth David was impressive in the midfield position with multiple defensive stops, while still managing to get forward to fill the gaps. Kaleigh Moore was solid as goalie, allowing no goals.

The Cobras played a tough defensive game, holding the Wildcats from scoring until the third quarter.

Connor Ogden did not allow any goals while in the net, and Trevor Smither and Josh Caudill also had strong games.

Smither played every position — and played them all well — during the game. Caudill overcame a mistake in the third quarter and did not allow anyone to pass him in the fourth.

The Cobras are continuing to perform better every week.

Under 10 Girls

Lady Rebels, 7 - Frankfort Dragons, 3

Excellent passing among forwards Hailee Gordon, Meagan Bruener and Kylie Iles led to goals scored by each of them in the first half. Also scoring for the Lady Rebels were Maria Bolanos with two and Hailey Chamberlain with one.

The Dragons were held to just one goal in the second half, due in large part to Paige Heuser’s excellent skills on defense. Grace Chilton, Allie Burford, Autumn Bolen and Bolanos all had the opportunity to showcase their outstanding goalkeeping skills.

Under 10 Co-Ed - Oct. 1

Frankfort, 5 - O.C. Galaxy, 2

Isabella Herdman and Hannah Reynolds scored for the O.C. Galaxy.

Oct. 2

O.C. Galaxy, 8 -  Mercer County, 1

Scoring for O.C. Galaxy were Isabella Herdman with three, Cody Brumley with two and Emma Herdman, Hannah Reynolds and Mason Marlette each with one.


Mercer County, 6 vs. Green Machines, 0

The Green Machines played a great defensive game, allowing Mercer County only one goal in the first half. Raven West and Kameron Wilson split duties as goalie. West finished with seven  saves; Wilson had four. Ryson Neeley, playing defender, saved two  goals for the Green Machines with his excellent defense and perfect positioning.

Under 12 Girls

Lady Rebels, 4 –  Berea, 2

Hailey Chappell and Jodie Ransdell scored two goals apiece for the Lady Rebels.

Under 12 Co-Ed

O.C. United, 1 - Carroll County, 0

O.C. United finished on top again in its second match against rival, Carroll County.

Wade Cammack scored the lone O.C. United goal. O.C. United finished with 17 shots on goal: W. Cammack (four), Austin Burgess (four), Destinee Epperson (two), Joshua Juarez (two), Dylan Osborne (two), Emily Cammack (one), Kaleb Wilhoite (one) and Blake Burke (one). O.C. United had another great defensive game. Wilhoite had two non-goalie saves and Trace Ogden had eight goalie saves.

Epperson, Burke, Juarez and E. Cammack also contributed to O.C.’s defensive game. Defensively, O.C. United has had an extraordinary season allowing only four goals in six games.

O.C. United, 1 - Berea, 0

O.C. United records the win due to a forfeit by Berea.