|Shutout good for OC only |
|Posted: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 7:02 pm |
|Shutouts proved to be good and bad for Obion County’s soccer teams on Tuesday. |
Obion Central scored 10 goals in the first half on the way to a 13-0 win over Ripley at home, while South Fulton suffered a 4-0 setback to South Gibson.
OC 13, Ripley 0
Obion Central had two hat tricks barely halfway through the first half.
Baylie Boucher and Kelsey Jackson each scored three goals within the first 24 minutes.
Jackson had OC on the board just nine minutes into the match when she took off on a breakaway.
Boucher then scored twice within two minutes for a 3-0 lead with 25:30 still to play in the opening half.
Jackson angled a shot past the goalie for a 4-0 lead, and Boucher tallied the Lady Rebs’ fifth goal.
Jackson made it 6-0 just over three minutes later.
Central’s Olivia Turner gave her team a 7-0 lead about two minutes later.
OC was up 8-0 with nine minutes remaining when Tori Abrigo took a pass inbounds from the right side for a quick shot into the back of the net.
Laina Roberson skipped a shot off the goalkeeper’s hands at 4:55 for a 9-0 Rebel lead, and then Danielle Gansereit fired a shot across from the right side to the left corner for a 10-0 lead at four minutes.
The Lady Rebels (5-7-1) picked up three more goals in the second half as Whitney Lee, Lauren Kendall and Jessie Perry each scored.
So. Gibson 4, SF 0
The Lady Hornets scored three goals in the second half after taking a slim 1-0 advantage into the intermission.
Published in The Messenger 9.28.11