Louisa, Ky. — After a trip to Owensboro for the Kentucky Class 2A final four the Lawrence Co. Girls Soccer team ( 9-5 ) got back on track with a back to back 10-0 victories over Belfry.
Sophomore Allyssa Moore made the Class 2A State All Tournament team.
Lawrence Co. 10 Belfry 0 ( Saturday)
The Bulldogs blanked the Pirates on Saturday in Pond Creek.
Allysa Moore, Jasmine Justice and Maggie Johnson scored three goals each, Camber Maxie-Stepp scored once.
Johnson added 3 assists, Justice and Brylee Blair had 2 assists each and Moore along with Shelby Borders had 1 assist.
Lawrence Co. 10 Belfry 0
The SoccerDawgs made quick work of the Pirates at home on Tuesday.
Brylee Blair had 4 goals and 1 assist, Jasmine Justice collected 3 goals and 2 assists, Alyssa Moore netted 2 goals and 4 assists, Maggie Johnson had 1 goal and 1 assist, Katie Compton added 1 assist.
Lexington Catholic 10 Lawrence Co. 0
In the semifinals of the Kentucky State Class 2A Soccer tournament at Kentucky Wesleyan College the SoccerDawgs ran into a buzzsaw from Lexington.
Sophomore Kaison Ward made the All Tournament team in the Class 2A State tournament.
Lawrence Co. 9 Greenup Co. 0
Last Thursday Lawrence Co. came away with a convincing road victory as Alyssa Howard 3 goals, Alyssa Moore finished with 2 goals and 2 assists, Jasmine Justice 2 goals and 1 assist, Maggie Johnson 1 goal and 2 assists, Shelby Borders netted 1 goal and Brylee Blair finished with 3 assists.
The Dawgs will return to action at home versus Shelby Valley on Monday and Pikeville on Tuesday for Senior night.
Lawrence Co. Head Coach Heath Webb
“… Last Thursday in the Greenup game we were able to come out and move the ball around really well and get a lot of girls taking shots and scoring. This was one of our best games of possession and ball movement of the season.”
“… Our trip to Owensboro was great. To have the chance to play in the semi final of the 2A championship was great. We didn’t get the result we wanted but all in all it was a great experience. Lexington Catholic is the real deal and having the opportunity to play against a team of that caliber really opened our girls eyes and I think it made them a better team. After the semi final game we had the chance to take the girls out for dinner and have a good evening of team bonding where the girls had a great time and made some good memories.”
“… Tuesday nights Belfry game was 100% better then the first time we played them. Our ball movement was better and overall play was better. We are very proud of how we bounced back after the 2A loss and come back with a very convincing home win.”