ELIZABETHTON — Sullivan South got an early gift from Elizabethton, which scored an own goal, but the Lady Rebels were unable to take advantage of the break and fell 5-2 on Tuesday evening at Citizens Bank Stadium in conference soccer play.
Dobyns-Bennett kept shooting and shooting. They just weren’t going in — until the final 15 minutes.
ELIZABETHTON — The storm that blew through the Tri-Cities on Thursday afternoon was a precursor to the action at Citizens Bank Stadium, where Dobyns-Bennett took on homestanding Elizabethton in non-conference girls soccer action.
Once Paige Carlsen and Science Hill took off, Dobyns-Bennett didn’t have the horsepower to hang around.
Science Hill wasn’t messing around with the revenge factor.
University’s High’s Walker Page was the only player from the Tri-Cities area on the TSWA All-State soccer team, which was released Friday.
KNOXVILLE — The lightning finally stopped. The storm never did.
BRISTOL—Dobyns-Bennett left no ifs ands or buts Thursday as to which is the dominant boys soccer team in the Big Seven Conference for 2018.
AFTON—Bridesmaids no more.
If a tie is indeed like kissing your sister, then the Science Hill and Hardin Valley boys soccer teams must be all puckered out by now.