Achenjang's two goals help Boyle blank Taylor

August 27, 2003

Roland Achenjang scored twice for Boyle County and the Rebels' opponent didn't score at all for the third straight game as host Boyle blanked Taylor County 6-0 Tuesday.

Boyle (3-0), ranked No. 21 in the Kentucky coaches' association poll, recorded its third straight shutout and has now outscored its opponents 18-0.

The Rebels also got first-half scores from Nick Farmwald, Patrick Morgan and Eric Curtis to lead 5-0 at halftime over Taylor (1-3).

"We played well in the first half. We moved the ball around extremely well and had strong performances again," Boyle coach Greg Conley said.


Farmwald added a goal in the second half. Morgan had an assist.

Lincoln County 5, Estill County 0 - At Irvine, Lincoln (1-2) routed Estill (0-1) for its first win.

The Patriots got goals from Josh Unthank, Carlos Carrillo, Daniel Reyes, Brandon Sanders and Drew Terry. Justin Kolasa had two assists and Doug Goins had one assist for Lincoln.

"The team played well together," Lincoln coach Lindsey Thurman said. "I think we made a step toward improvement, and we hope to build on this."

"We are finding where our athletes play best in what position. I hope (there) are more ninth-graders (who can) help us more on defense. We are going to rely on them to play key roles on the defensive end.

"Our older players with more experience did a good job passing the ball, but we still have to improve there. I like what I saw with our older players on offense."


Boyle County 6, Pulaski County 0 - At Danville, Boyle (1-1-1) outshot Pulaski 17-3 in the first half, then sent five of its nine shots into the net in the second half.

Sarah Hall scored twice for the Rebels, who finished with a 26-6 shot advantage.

"It was great to have a good win tonight at home," Boyle coach Brian Deem said.

Marissa Hibbs got Boyle's first goal in the 24th minute. Hall got the second-half onslaught started with a goal in the 45th minute, and the Rebels followed with goals from Leah Missik, Joanna Frauenhoffer, Hall's second score and Kelsey Arnett.

"Joanna absolutely was the workhorse tonight, creating opportunities," Deem said.

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