The Danville girls rallied with two goals in the second half to tie South Laurel 2-2 in their regular-season finale Wednesday at Admiral Stadium.
Danville (8-7-2) trailed 2-0 at halftime before scoring 25 seconds into the second half and again in the 60th minute. The Lady Admirals also improved their defensive play to limit South Laurel's chances.
"You hate ties, but (it's good) to come back like that," Danville coach Marty Sullivan said. "It really was a good game. It had sort of a tournament atmosphere to it, and it was really physical."
McKenzie McAfee scored an unassisted goal just after the start of the second half, and Krystal Jackson tied the game with her 21st goal of the season off an assist from Jennifer Ward.