The Lady Cats Soccer Team had a tough game Friday, January 15, in a Princeton Tournament.
The Lady Cats fell to Garland Naaman Forest, 3-1. The Lady Rangers scored two unanswered first half goals and then traded goals with the Lady Cats in the second half to get the win. Sophomore Rebekah Stanley scored an unassisted goal for the Lady Cats.
Lady Cats Coach Javier Aguayo said the Lady Cats had a bad game defensively and offensively. He added the Lady Cats were outworked from the start and could not get things going at all.
With the tie with Sherman Thursday, 0-0, the Lady Cats have a tie and a loss in the tournament. Their season record is now 3-3-2. The Lady Cats wrap up play in the Princeton tournament Saturday at 7:30 p.m. against Little Elm.