The Lady Cats’ soccer team, revved up on Senior Night and frustrated by a recent loss to Mount Pleasant, seemed to take it all out on the Greenville Lady Lions Friday night at Prim Stadium. The Lady Cats scored early and often in a 7-1 one-sided match.
Six Lady Cats seniors were recognized. Four of them have plans to play in college. Three of them scored goals against Greenville. Mileena Zirretta had a three goal hat trick. Gracie Boyer scored a goal as did Makenna Kagar on a penalty kick. Also honored were Taylor Robinson, injured four-year letterman Jo McMillan and Erika Lara, who was away on a college trip. Bailey Arrington and Keeley Hudgins also scored goals.
Lady Cats Soccer Coach Joel Bailey, on KSST Radio and Cable Channel 18’s Saturday Morning Coaches Show, said he would never forget the six special seniors in the class of 2018.
The Lady Cats have a tough closing assignment in district play Tuesday night. They travel to first place Hallsville. The Lady Bobcats have yet to surrender a goal in district play and they have only 3 losses this season. The Lady Cats seemed destined for third place in the district standings. They are expected to meet Wylie East in a bi-district match.