The Richmond Register


October 1, 2013

H.S. SOCCER: Estill County holds off Lady Patriots



Lexington Catholic 4, Lady Indians 1

The Lady Indians got a breakaway goal from Maryssa Stewart, but couldn’t knock off a traditional state power Monday on the road.

Lexington Catholic (10-6) picked up a 4-1 win and snapped Madison Central’s six-game winning streak.

Stewart’s goal was her 10th of the season, tying her for the team lead with LeeAnne Ogle.

“Some positives came out of the game,” Central coach Chris Dunham said. “But, there are definitely some things we can work on.”

Midfielders Ellie Wright and Bailey Harden had strong games for the Lady Indians.

Central (12-2-1) is set to return to action Wednesday at Dunbar.

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