Hall repeats four-goal feat in Boyle win

Garrard boys tie, but remain unbeaten

October 03, 2003

Sarah Hall scored four goals for the second consecutive game as the Boyle County girls defeated Franklin County 5-1 Thursday night at Danville.

Joanna Frauenhoffer assisted on three of those goals and Marianna Richardson had a goal and an assist for Boyle (6-6-2).

"I was really pleased about our effort tonight," Boyle coach Brian Deem said. "We went out and played 80 minutes of soccer for the first time this year."

Deem said the Boyle defense played particularly well, limiting Franklin (4-11-1) to seven shots while the Lady Rebels got 23.

"We played solid defense in the back, as well as in the midfield," Deem said.

Hall scored in the seventh and 10th minutes off assists from Frauenhoffer and Richardson, respectively, to give Boyle a quick 2-0 lead. Richardson scored an unassisted goal in the 13th minute, and Hall scored off another Frauenhoffer assist in the 33rd minute to close the first-half scoring.


The Frauenhoffer-to-Hall combination produced the Lady Rebels' last goal less than two minutes into the second half.

Franklin scored its only goal in the 73rd minute.


Garrard County 1, Model 1, tie - At Richmond, Garrard (13-0-1) failed to win for the first time this season, but the Golden Lions remained unbeaten by playing Model (5-8-3) to a draw.

Garrard averaged 5.6 goals per game in its first 13 games, but the Lions got only one goal in the 10th minute when Jacob Denny scored off an assist from Juan Avando.

Model matched that goal in the 25th minute, leading to a 1-1 halftime tie, and neither team could score again. Each team had 22 shots.

"Defensively, I thought Zack Doan and Malcolm Smith played really solid at the fullback positions and bailed us out tonight," Garrard coach Jonathan Martin said. "Cory Lidle had another great game in goal; he had a lot of shots on him."

Martin said the Lions learned valuable lessons they can take into the upcoming 29th District Tournament, where Garrard and Model will battle the other three Madison County schools.

"Number one, they learned they can't come out and just go through the motions and win, which we did the first half. (Model) knew we were undefeated, and they seemed to have an extra bit of energy out there," Martin said. "Second, we learned that we're the better team than Model, and we outplayed them in the second half.

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