“We need to come focused to win this tourney to help us in our standings in the region and the district,” Curry said.
In the junior varsity game, Clark defeated the Lady Indians 21-19 and 21-18.
“Rachel Hardiman played very well for us tonight she is doing very well at all positions and her serve is becoming more consistent, which we need,” Curry said. “Marrisa Everrett and Hannah Wolfe played a great game at the net for us.”
In the freshman game, Clark won 21-19 in the first game, lost the second game 21-16 before getting the win with a 15-13 victory in the final game.
“Maddie Hamlin played very well,” Curry said. “She is going to be tough with experience and getting stronger. Her form as a hitter and her passing game is much improved she is really playing with lots of confidence. Brianna King served the ball very well tonight as did Kyndal Curry and Rayna Cross.”
The George Rogers Clark boys soccer team ended a four-game losing streak with a 2-1 triumph over Bourbon County Tuesday night at the Cardinal Soccer Complex.
“It was a great win,” Clark coach Patrick Fitzgerald said. “We finally put together 80 minutes of good soccer. This is exactly what we needed to get us going.”
A goal by Brandon Sears on an assist from teammate Irvin Juarez “really set the tone” for the Cards.
“We came out and did what we were supposed to do,” Clark senior Jacob Moody said. “We played as a team tonight and played hard with intensity. It feels good to win one.”
Juarez gave the hosts a 2-0 advantage on a score at the 31-minute mark, while Bourbon County avoided the sweep with a score at 40:19.
Clark (2-4-1) had 10 shots on goal and goal keeper Conner Blankenship had three saves.
In the junior varsity game, Clark defeated the Colonels 3-1.
Frankie Kao sparked the Cards with two goals, followed by Wilson Martin with one goal. Jacob Varner and Juan DeLeon each had an assist.
Clark had 11 shots, compared to one for Bourbon. Jared Maggard served as the goal keeper for Clark.
“We had another good effort in a game that would’ve been easy to take lightly,” Clark coach Daniel Cowan said. “I’m very pleased with the work rate and the result tonight.”
Next game: Thursday, 7 p.m. at Harrison County.