The Hopkins County Central girls’ soccer team got its third straight win on Tuesday, beating McLean County 5-0.
The win was also the third shutout of the year for the Lady Storm (10-6-1) and junior goalkeeper DeAsjah Jackson, and the second in the last three games.
Senior Phoenix Yurga led the way for Central with two goals for her third straight multi-goal game since returning from an ankle injury.
Fellow seniors Harper Oglesby and Karigan Osborne each added a goal as well, and sophomore Chloe Dugger scored her first goal of the year to round out the scoring against the Lady Cougars (3-14). Sophomore Fawn Yurga tacked on two assists, and seniors Rickara Hughes and Mya DeHay each had an assist as well.
The Lady Storm are scheduled to play their last game of the regular season on Thursday when they travel to Owensboro High School for a 5:30 p.m. game.
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The Madisonville-North Hopkins boys’ soccer team bounced back from some tough losses at the Donley Classic over the weekend, beating Christian County on Tuesday.
It was the fifth shutout win of the year for the Maroons (9-8) and junior goalkeeper Will Sanderson.
Junior Hayden Space got a goal and an assist for North, while freshman Luke McElroy and senior Albert Buchanan each scored a goal and senior Tate Burris added an assist against the Colonels (6-13).
The Maroons are scheduled to host Trigg County for the last game of the regular season on Thursday at 7 p.m.
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The Hopkins County Central boys’ soccer team finished the regular season with a loss to University Heights on Tuesday.
Sophomore Juan Rivera and junior Luis Hernandez scored the two goals for the Storm (11-8).
While the season ended with a loss, Central still set new school records for most season wins (11) and longest winning streak (6).
Next Tuesday, the Storm are scheduled to face Caldwell County at 7:30 p.m. in the first round of the Seventh District Tournament, hoping to secure a spot in the Region Tournament for the first time in program history.