The University Heights Lady Blazers mercy ruled Mayfield Thursday night 10-0 and finished the regular season 7-6-1.
Trigg County 8, Muhlenberg County 3
The Trigg County Lady Wildcats claimed an 8-3 victory over Muhlenberg County Thursday night. Lania Hite put home five goals to lead the team Thursday night. Olivia Noffsinger, Addison Humphries and Hallie Joiner all had a goal and assist each. Leiah Hite tallied three assists and Anna Sink made eight saves on the night. The Lady Wildcats finished the regular season with a record of 13-2-1 going into their district five playoff game Tuesday Oct. 4.
Fort Campbell 6, Logan County 0
The Fort Campbell Lady Falcons shut out Logan County 6-0 Thursday night. Charlize Cruz had two goals and two assists while Anna Allen had two goals and one assist. Abigail Eastes had one goal and two assists. Lily Marrou had one goal while Keelin Gray had one assist. Emma Gray made five saves. The Lady Falcons finished the regular season with a record of 8-7-2.
Crittenden County 3, Hopkinsville 2
The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers came up a goal short to Crittenden County Thursday night 3-2 and finished the regular season 3-11-2.
Apollo 4, Christian County 1
The Christian County Lady Colonels dropped a 4-1 decision to Apollo Thursday night and finished the regular season 2-13-1.
Rossview (Clarksville, TN) 4, Todd Central 0
The Todd Central Lady Rebels were shutout 4-0 by Rossview of Clarksville, TN Thursday night with Darby Delph making 17 saves on the night for the Lady Rebels. Todd Central finished the regular season 9-7-2.
University Heights 6, Mayfield 2
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The University Heights Blazers claimed a 6-2 victory over Mayfield Thursday night to close out the regular season. Jaiden Miles scored two goals and Preston Thomas put home one of his own. Matthew Hauret, Ethan Hale and Clayton Lester all had a goal and assist each. Logan Miller grabbed one assist on the night while Quinton Quarles made seven saves. The Blazers finish the regular season with a record of 11-6-0.
Murray 8, Hopkinsville 1
The Hopkinsville Tigers dropped an 8-1 decision to Murray Thursday night to close out the regular season and finish 10-8-1.
Hopkins County Central 12, Fort Campbell 2
The Fort Campbell Falcons were mercy ruled Thursday night by Hopkins County Central 12-2 with their next game tonight at Madisonville-North Hopkins with first kick set for 7 p.m.
Webster County 5, Trigg County 0
The Trigg County Wildcats were shutout 5-0 Thursday night by Webster County with their district five playoff game at home against Lyon County set for Tuesday Oct. 4 with first kick scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
St. Mary 3, Trigg County 0
The Trigg County Lady Wildcats fell in three straight sets Thursday night to St. Mary. The scoreboard read 25-6, 25-21 and 25-9. Their next game is Tuesday Oct. 4 at home against Union County with a scheduled start of 7:30 p.m.
Northwest (Clarksville, TN) 3, Fort Campbell 0
The Fort Campbell Lady Falcons fell in three straight sets to Northwest of Clarksville, TN Thursday night. The scoreboard read 25-17, 25-21 and 25-17. Their next game is Thursday Oct. 6 at home against Hopkinsville with a scheduled start of 5:30 p.m.