CHS thrashes Dickson County 10-0 in soccer

CHS thrashes Dickson County 10-0 in soccer


CHS thrashes Dickson County 10-0 in soccer



Clarksville High wasted no time in completely dismantling Dickson County in a District 10 soccer rout Monday night at Hilda J. Richardson Field.

The Lady Wildcats shut out the Lady Cougars 10-0 as Cat Horton was the only CHS player with multiple goals. Clarksville High (8-3-1, 2-1) had eight different players score goals.

Salera Jordan started things off with a goal in the sixth minute as Horton followed with a goal in the 10th minute. Autumn Copeland extended the lead to 3-0 with a goal a minute later off an assist from Jordan and Amber Colvin made it 4-0 after an Ella Baggett pass in the 14th minute.

Baggett got in on the scoring frenzy when she was fed a pass from Kelsey Greiss in the 21st minute and Horton scored her second goal of the night in the 34th minute.

Melia Correa would be pulled from her usual goalkeeping duties and scored a goal in the 37th minute off an assist from Colvin as the Lady Wildcats held a 7-0 halftime lead.

Crystal Hetland (44th), Griess (57th) and Justis Bailey (60th) would score goals in the second half as Clarksville ran away with the victory.

Correa combined with Claire Grady for two saves in goal Monday.


Rossview 3,

Kenwood 0

(25-15, 25-3, 25-7)

Mica Koontz and Regan Comperry led Rossview to another district victory, this time against Kenwood, as the Lady Hawks won in straight sets Monday.

Comperry finished with 22 assists, seven aces, a block, kill and two digs while Koontz added 10 kills, nine digs and four aces in the victory for the Lady Hawks (16-2, 10-0)

Danielle Jamieson had seven digs and seven aces and Janie White finished with a five kills, four blocks and three digs.

JV Volleyball

Rossview 2,

Kenwood 0

(25-13, 25-17)


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