Madison Southern uses high-powered offense to advance to district finals
Behind an incredible six-goal performance from senior Dakota Gadd, Madison Southern advanced to the district finals with a 10-0 mercy-rule victory over Berea. McKenzie Bicknell, Annie Ware and Chesney Sipple also scored for the Lady Eagles.
“We were really organized offensively and were able to finish on a lot of our opportunities,” Southern coach Katy Cress said.
She also was very pleased with Gadd’s performance.
“It’s definitely a huge accomplishment, six goals is a lot for one game, and she has worked hard all four years,” Cress said.
Berea played well in the first half, but could not keep Gadd and the other Lady Eagles out of the net.
“We had a bad start and gave up two early goals, but after that we kept them scoreless for almost 29 minutes,” Berea coach Jerry Bingham said. “We only have five players who played last year so I am extremely proud of this team and what they have accomplished.”
For Berea’s five seniors, Sydney Sandefur, Tonya Renzenbrink, Chloe Atwater, Ashley Sizemore and Tyger Williams, it was their last game and Bingham was very grateful.
“Their hard work and dedication was tremendous and they have not only helped themselves but the entire program,” Bingham said.