IAHS girls’ soccer clinches first-ever playoff berth

By SCOTTY NICHOLS
Sports Editor

FULTON – With the soccer programs at IAHS in just their third season of

Photo by Melissa Meador/Monroe Journal IAHS's Carly Childers battles for position with an Amory player. Childers has helped lead the Lady Indians to a 3-1 division mark and their first playoff appearance in school history.

Photo by Melissa Meador/Monroe Journal
IAHS’s Carly Childers battles for position with an Amory player. Childers has helped lead the Lady Indians to a 3-1 division mark and their first playoff appearance in school history.

existence, the teams are making leaps and bounds in the right direction with head coach Randy Earnest at the helm.
With a 1-0 victory on the road at Caledonia on Jan. 15, the Lady Indian club punched their ticket for their first-ever trip to the postseason.
The victory over Caledonia improved the Lady Indians’ record to 9-7 overall, after beginning the season 1-4.
More importantly, the division mark improved to 3-1 and secured their bigger goal.
Brittany Sullivan has led the Lady Indians with 15 goals in their 15 games thus far, and is also tied for the team lead in assists, with 3.
Emma Logan has scored three goals, followed by Carly Childers and Lilli Moore with two apiece, and Emma Conner and Macy Walton have scored one each.
Lakin Hamm shares the team lead in assists with Sullivan with three, followed by Conner, Baleigh Tanner and Cailee Yielding with two each.
IAHS looked to continue their season with a playoff win at Richland on Tuesday night.
Results of that contest were not available at time of publication but will be published in the Feb. 3 edition of The Itawamba County Times.

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About Scotty Nichols

Graduate of THE University of Mississippi. #HottyToddy. I like sports. And BBQ.

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