NAHS soccer sweeps Tish. Co.
New Albany 7 Tish. County 0 (girls)
After a tough loss to Corinth last week, NAHS rebounded with a 7-0 win over Tishomingo County.
Jenna Davis opened the scoring when she converted a Kellie Skinner cross. Shelby Brown quickly followed with her first of four goals off a pass from Estefany Fernandez. Shelby’s other goals were one unassisted and two from the penalty spot.
In between the penalty shots, Fernandez took another of Skinner’s crosses finding the back of the net with a sizzling curving shot.
The ladies closed out the scoring when Callie Creekmore passed the ball to Kelsey Hodges, who put it past the keeper.
Led by Paige Zahller, Katie Luna, Randi Stevens, Carly Grisham, Jasmine Buclon and Wendy Almaguer, the New Albany defense registered their seventh shut out for the season.
The Lady ‘Dawgs are now 12-3 (3-1) on the year.
New Albany 4 Tish. County 0 (boys)
Carlos Zaragoza led New Albany to their 11th win of the season as the Bulldogs shut out Tishomingo County 4-0.
Zaragoza had three goals on the night, while Karl David Capaning netted one as well.
Assisting on the goals were Jacob Rowland with two assists, along with Sam Cooper and Alejandro Chavez.
The Bulldogs are now 11-4 on the season, 2-1 in division play.
New Albany will play three straight days this weekend, as they will be on the road in a make-up game versus West Point Thursday before hosting Pontotoc on Friday and another match with the Green Wave slated for Saturday.
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- City sets new Christmas parade date for next Tuesday
- Main Street Association sponsors Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Cooper Park
- County supervisors hire three employees, discuss potential logging problems
- MEC’s Mississippi Connection tour visiting here Wednesday