The Richmond Register

October 11, 2013

H.S. SOCCER: Lafayette beats Central, 3-1, Southern, Berea fall

Register Staff Report

RICHMOND — Lafayette picked up a 3-1 Senior Night  win over the Madison Central boys soccer team Thursday in Lexington.

Tate Renzinbrink headed in the Indians only goal from a Peyton Netherton corner kick five minutes into the second half.

The game was the regular-season finale for Central (8-9-1).

Grant Willoughby, Cameron Wilson, Luke Hall and Netherton all had shots for the Indians.

Goalie Ben Durham had six saves while Addison McCoy had three blocks and one steal, Tate Renzinbrink had four blocks, Chad Barnes had two blocks and one steal, Chase Carroll had one block, Sammy Perkins had two blocks, Logan Baker had one block, Worthie McGuire had one block  and one steal, Willoughby had two steals, Wilson had two steals and one block, and Netherton had two steals.

The junior varsity Indians dropped their final game of the year, falling 5-0 to the Generals.

Central is set to open play in the 44th District Tournament Tuesday against Madison Southern in Berea. Game time is set for 8 p.m. at Madison Southern.

East Jessamine 4, Southern 1

The Eagles jumped out to an early lead Thursday, but couldn’t hold on for a win on the road.

East Jessamine scored three second-half goals and picked up a 4-1 victory over Madison Southern (12-4-1) in Nicholasville. The loss snapped the Eagles’ four-game winning streak.

Caleb Dunbar gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead before the Jaguars tied the game with 10 minutes left in the first half.

Southern out-shot East Jessamine 15-7. The Eagles also missed a penalty shot late in the game.

“We just couldn’t take advantage of our opportunities,” Southern James Ray said.

Southern is set to open district tournament play Tuesday at home against Madison Central. Game time is set for 8 p.m.

Southwestern 7, Berea 2

The Pirates (4-10) wrapped up the regular season with a 7-2 loss to Southwestern Thursday in Somerset.

The loss was the third-straight for Berea Community.

The Pirates are set to open play in the 44th District Tournament Tuesday against Model at Madison Southern.