In what seems to be a trend lately, the Lady Cats Soccer Team used a strong second half at Lindale to defeat the Lady Eagles, 4-0 Tuesday night (March 4). Lady Cats Coach Javier Aguayo said the Lady Cats dominated play in the first half but could not score against a Lady Eagles’ defense designed to be hard to score on. He said Lindale was keeping eight players back with only two attackers. Still Coach Aguayo said the Lady Cats did have a few chances to score but did not do so. The second half was a different story as the Lady Cats found the net four times for goals. He said after the half time talk, the Lady Cats figured out how to break the Lady Eagles’ defense. Haley Robinson scored three straight goals. Janine Yamaguchi assisted on the first two goals and freshman Rebekah Stanley got the assist on the third. Stanley scored the Lady Cats fourth goal on a rebound after a Yamaguchi shot. The Lady Cats are now 5-2 in district play and 9-8-1 for the season. Next the Lady Cats play at home against Mount Pleasant Friday night. Coach Aguayo said the Lady Cats are ready. He said the Lady Cats just need to play their game and play hard. Last year the Lady Cats defeated Mount Pleasant at home. The Lady Tigers won in the first half of district play at home back on February 18.
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