LEXINGTON, Ky. − For the fourth time in seven years, the Ryle High School boys soccer team had a tough loss in the state semifinals of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association state tournament. The Raiders lost 3-2 in a penalty-kick shootout to St ...
By Terry Boehmker NKyTribune sports reporter The ultimate goal of every soccer coach is getting players working together so well that they dominate the flow of a game. Notre Dame did that Thursday and came away with a 10-0 win over South Laurel in the quarterfinal round of the girls state tournament.
Lone Peak went a perfect 6-0 at the three-day 5A/6A Challenge at Mountain View High School last week, including beating Bingham in a thrilling five-setter 18-25, 25-19, 21-25, 25-22, 17-15. At the heart of the success all week was senior outside hitter Cami Christiansen.
“Defense. Because you know when you hold a team scoreless, you have a really high percentage of winning that game,” Collins said. “When we can control the defense and we can control the pace of the game, it allows Diego and Brice to get loose in the second-half. They’re a handful, and we have some other guys that can score.”