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By John Lachmann
Senior forward Breeann Bailey scored her 99th career goal as Ludlow tied Gallatin County, 2-2 on Tuesday.
It was goal No. 34 on the season for Bailey, who has four regular season games remaining.
St. Henry’s Libby Leedom reached the century mark last season, and according to the KHSAA Web site, 1989 Boone County graduate Tina Lindon is the only other Northern Kentucky girl to eclipse triple-digits in career goals.
Senior Nicole Lemker also scored for the Panthers.
GOALS: L—Bailey, Lemker. GC—N/A. RECORDS: Ludlow 8-5-1, Gallatin County 4-7-1.
BROSSART 5, VILLA MADONNA 0 – Senior midfielder Cori Ziegler netted a pair of goals in the Mustangs’ win.
Senior forward Abby Stadtmiller added a goal and two assists as she retains control of the team lead in markers with 11, one ahead of Ziegler.
Senior forward Morgan Verst also tallied a goal and picked up a helper as Brossart won for the eighth time in its last nine matches.
HALFTIME: 2-0. GOALS: B—Ziegler 2, Stadtmiller, Verst, Boesch. SHUTOUT: Futscher and Hundemer (1 save). RECORDS: Brossart 12-3, Villa Madonna 8-6-3.
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