St. Aloysius soccer squads blank Cathedral on Tuesday, 5-0, 3-0
Published 12:00 am Friday, December 5, 2003
VICKSBURG &045; Cathedral’s soccer squads were each blanked in a non-division road trip to St. Aloysius on Tuesday.
The Lady Flashes, in the first year of the program, took a 5-0 lead over the Lady Wave, while the Flashes scored a 3-0 win over Cathedral to hand the Wave its first loss of the year.
The Lady Flashes out-shot Cathedral 16-6 for the game and took a 4-0 lead at half. The goals in the first half were mostly on breakaway shots.
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In the boys’ game, St. Al took a 2-0 lead by halftime and despite getting out-shot by the Green Wave 9-5 in the half. The Flashes scored in the second half on a penalty kick.
The boys’ game was delayed about 20 minutes due to lightning before play was resumed.
Natchez High-Warren Central
NATCHEZ &045; Even though Vicksburg’s girls soccer team is ranked No. 2 in the state, Natchez High head coach Dennis Hogue believes that Warren Central will be the best team the Lady Bulldogs play this season.
And even though this was a non-division game, the Lady Vikings proved just how good they are in defeating the Lady Bulldogs 11-0 Monday night.
&uot;Their team is very disciplined,&uot; Hogue said. &uot;We anticipated the results. They moved the ball up the field. All their goals were earned. We let everyone get in off the bench and play. Our girls learned by watching and playing.&uot;
In the boys game, the Bulldogs also fell to 0-3 after getting shut out by the Vikings 8-0.
The Bulldogs’ Robin Blake had an opportunity to score on a penalty kick, but his shot hit the bar.