Alex Svecke scored four times Thursday to lead Boyle County to a 5-2 win over at Lexington Christian.
“This was a nice way to finish up the regular season. LCA made us work to earn the win,”¿Boyle coach Cris McMann said.
Svecke got his first goal in the fifth minute off an assist from Josh Lyons. Two minutes later Kyle Settle netted a goal off a pass from Cameron Day. Svecke scored again in the 28th minute with an assist from Lyons.
LCA (9-9-1) scored in the 41st and 58th minutes before Svecke scored in the 64th minute off a pass from Tristen Morrow. Five minutes later Settle headed the ball to Svecke for his final goal.
Boyle (13-6) plays Taylor County in the first round of th 29th District Tournament on Monday at Danville.
Boyle County 1, Bardstown 1 — At Danville, the No. 6 Rebels wrapped up their regular season with a draw against No. 23 Bardstown.
“It was definitely not the result we were wanting, but we ran into a good team and they were able to get us on our heels a little bit,”¿Boyle coach Brian Deem said. “We didn’t possess the ball as well as we would have liked to tonight.”
Boyle (12-2-3) got on the board first, as Meagan Curry found Kennedy Collier for a goal. Bardstown (18-2-1) tied the game up when the Tigers found themselves with a breakaway after a misplayed Boyle ball.
The Rebels had potential game-winning goal disallowed. Off a direct kick, the shot went off the keeper and Boyle put it in, but officials ruled the Rebels had touched the keeper, which is a foul. Bardstown had its own chances to win late, but Katie Upton flew in to disrupt a shot which Lucinda Combs saved.