The Boyle County girls held a one-goal lead for much of Wednesday's match with No. 15 Tates Creek, but the Commodores scored with 18 minutes to play and the game ended in a 1-1 tie.
The game was a rematch of Saturday's Little Caesars Classic final, won 1-0 by Tates Creek.
Boyle coach Brian Deem said Tates Creek (12-1-1) came out in a more aggressive formation.
"They put three forwards on our backs tonight, and I felt our defense did a fantastic job most of the game," he said. "We were able to stop any assaults they had, and were able to do a really good job of making sure that we kept their threats in front of us."
Kristan Paynter headed in a Kennedy Collier corner kick to give the No. 18 Rebels (9-3-2) a 1-0 halftime lead. It remained 1-0 until about 18 minutes to play when a Tates Creek player was able to corral a ball which squirted away from Boyle keeper Lucinda Combs and put it in to tie the game.