Cathedral’s soccer teams put away Natchez High again

Published 12:00 am Sunday, November 18, 2001

Sunday, November 18, 2001

The Natchez Democrat

Cathedral High’s varsity soccer teams showed very little signs

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of rust despite playing for the first time in 12 days against

their last opponent, Natchez High, Saturday at D’Evereaux Stadium.


Erica Rollins had 33 saves in 33 opportunities and Joanna Stubbs’

goal early in the second half broke a scoreless game as the Lady

Green Wave defeated the Lady Bulldogs 3-0.

Tamantha Fleming and Leslie Patrick had 26 of Natchez’s (2-3)

35 shots on goal in the game, but Rollins kept the ball out of

the goal.

&uot;Erica has been our MVP, our player of the game,&uot;said

Cathedral coach Rocky Kettering. &uot;She’s played tremendously

so far.&uot;

Stubbs scored with 33:03 remaining in the second half with

an assist from Bridget O’Brien.

Sarah Powers and Kate Reid later scored in the second half

for the final margin of victory.

Cathedral’s boys team spotted Natchez an early 1-0 lead then

scored five straight goals of its own en route to a 7-2 win.

Chris Hughes had a hand in both goals for Natchez (1-4), first

scoring just 1:02 into the game and then with an assist on a goal

by Wesley Davis in the second half.

Varsity Girls

Cathedral 3, Natchez 0

Goals: Joanna Stubbs, Sarah Powers, Kate Reid

Assists: Bridget O’Brien, Valerie Orcutt

Cathedral – 2-0 overall; next – home vs. McComb, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 27

Natchez – 2-3 overall; next – home vs. McComb, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday

Varsity Boys

Cathedral 7, Natchez 2

Goals: Cathedral – John Erick Myers (2); Christian Leurinda;

Jacob Dollar; Nicholas Anderson; Byron Zerby; Daniel Gasquet

Assists: Cathedral – Nicholas Anderson; John Erick Myers; Christian


Goals: Natchez – Chris Hughes; Wesley Davis

Assists: Natchez – Chris Hughes

Cathedral – 2-0 overall; next – home vs. McComb, 7 p.m. Nov.


Natchez – 1-4 overall; next – home vs. McComb, 7 p.m. Tuesday