The West Jessamine boys soccer team didn't have the same six-seed magic this season as they were bounced from the second round of the district tournament Tuesday night.
The Colts fell 2-0 to Dunbar after dispatching Lafayette the night before, 5-0.
Monday night, the Colts faced Lafayette, a club they did not face in the regular season. The original game was postponed and not replayed since the two clubs would have faced one another in the first round despite the outcome of that game.
Adam Howard and Ryan Moberley each had a pair of goals. Craig Moberley also found the back of the net.
Billy Congleton, Matt Hulsing and Jonathan Kellogg were each awarded assists in the win.
But that offensive output didn't carry over to Tuesday night as the Colts were held scoreless by the Bulldogs.
"Dunbar came out with the right tactical plan, and they stuck to it," West Coach Nathan Andrews said. "They prevented a lot of our goal-scoring chances going forward. A lot of those are good chances we get in a lot of games, but they prevented those. So, kudos to them."