Cathedral Soccer All Stars play final match
JACKSON — Olivia Moore started for the White All-Star Team in the Midsouth Association of Independent Schools All-Star game Wednesday at Jackson Preparatory Academy.
Moore and Faith Anne Brown were both on the White team during the All-Star game against the Blue team. The White Team defeated the Blue Team, 5-2.
Cathedral High School Lady Green Wave Head Soccer Coach Dennis Hogue said of the White Team Coach Whitney Reynolds played Moore as a holding midfielder, who helps control the midfield.
“For my team, she was more of a midfielder or a striker,” Hogue said about Moore playing at her new position. “She played this position awesomely. She had no issues at all. She helped control the midfield and was pivotal in a couple of takeaways. It helped in scoring goals for the White Team.”
In the third portion of the All-Star game, Brown and Moore were able to play at the same time. Brown was a striker in the game while Moore was a holding midfielder.
“Brown had great runs, super passes and she had a couple of breakaways,” Hogue said of Brown. “She had a couple of shots on goal. She enjoyed it and made the most out of her opportunity.”
Hogue said both Brown and Moore played well in the game, which was the last soccer match for both players.
“It was bittersweet to watch them play in their last soccer match,” Hogue said. “I was beaming with pride. I couldn’t replace these girls. I don’t know who can step up and fill those shoes.”
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