Boyle routs Danville 7-2

Garrard loses

October 16, 2003

Boyle County earned a berth in the championship game of the 28th District girls soccer tournament by routing Danville 7-2 Wednesday.

The Rebels will take on Mercer County tonight at 7 p.m. for the title.

Freshman Sarah Hall scored three times for Boyle while sophomore Lydia Hignite had two goals for the Rebels.

It didn't take long for Boyle to get on the board, as Hall scored just two minutes into the game. Fellow freshman Leah Missik scored shortly thereafter off a Boyle corner kick to put the Rebs up 2-0.

"I felt that we came out focused tonight and really wanted it," Boyle coach Brian Deem said. "We had something to prove. We just wanted to be able to come out and play 80 minutes of hard soccer and take the attack to them. For us to play on our heels tonight, I really felt Danville would have been able to have their way with us."


Hall scored again near the midpoint of the first half, and senior Joanna Frauenhoffer followed with a goal off a Missik assist with 10 minutes to play.

Hignite's first goal came off her corner kick that she bent in around the post and into the net for a 5-0 lead.

Danville's first goal came inside the final minute of the first half by Krystal Jackson.

"She had been working our defense hard all night long," Deem said. "All of our backs did a fabulous job tonight. We knew what we wanted to try to do defensively to limit and contain Krystal's speed, because we knew we couldn't stop it. All great goal-scorers will get theirs, but if we could limit her, we were capable of having a shot of being victorious.

Deem said Danville started the second half with a strong attack and had the Rebels on their heels. However, Boyle scored its final two goals to go up 7-1. Hall hit a shot from outside the goal box that went into the right corner, and Hignite sent another corner kick off a Danville player and into the net for the final Boyle goal.

Jackson scored late in the game to make it 7-2.

"We're elated with the win, and tickled to death to go to region," Deem said.

32nd District

West Jessamine 8, Garrard County 1 - At Nicholasville, Garrard managed just two shots at the goal in a game delayed a day by rain.

The Colts scored five times in the first half and three times in the second half. Garrard's only goal came with four minutes left in the game. Chelsea Denny scored off a Sara Carrier assist.

West Jessamine took 41 shots at goal and Garrard made 16 saves.

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