The Kearney High girls soccer team traveled to Lexington Tues., Apr. 5 in order to face the Minutemaids. On a very windy day, KHS controlled the ball and kept very close touches in order to ensure the win. Before time ran out, the Lady Cats took a 10-0 lead, ending the game by mercy rule.
Quite a few Kearney players found the back of the net Tuesday night. Senior Hannah Sickler and freshmen Aly Trout and Alexis Mishou all scored two points a piece. Senior Jazy Miles and Nicole Cepel, junior Rhiannon Bennett, and freshman Hannah Hardy also scored for the Bearcats.
Defensively, KHS held Lexington, limiting them to no clear shots on goal.
KHS will be back in action Fri., Apr. 8 and Sat., Apr. 9 in Columbus for the Greater Nebraska Athletic Conference. In the first game, the Lady Cats, ranked the number one seed for the tournament, will face Lexington again.