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By John Lachmann
Senior midfielder Breeann Bailey scored her 100th and 101st career goals, but Ludlow fell to Covington Latin, 3-2 on Wednesday.
Bailey netted one goal in the first minute and the other in the third minute, but the Trojans rallied to put in the final three.
Senior right wing Maria Cuthrell scored the decisive goal on a breakaway with 12 minutes left in regulation.
Covington Latin senior forward Lexi Bosley cut the lead to one before halftime, and sophomore Karah Knotts tied it in the second half.
All three Trojans goals came on breakaways.
St. Henry’s Libby Leedom eclipsed 100 goals 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.
HALFTIME: Ludlow, 2-1. GOALS: CL—Bosley, Knotts, Cuthrell. L—Bailey 2. RECORDS: Covington Latin 5-10, Ludlow 8-6-1.
DIXIE HEIGHTS 4, CONNER 2 – With the score tied at one at halftime, Colonels junior midfielder Lauren Nemeroff recorded a pair of goals during Dixie Heights’ three-goal outburst that made it 4-1.
Nemeroff also finished with an assist.
Sophomores striker Jenna Wolfe and midfielder Danielle Watt recorded the Colonels’ other goals. Watt has scored four times in her last two games.
HALFTIME: 1-1. GOALS: DH—Nemeroff 2, Wolf, Watt. C—Noel, Dages. RECORDS: Dixie Heights 8-5-1, Conner 4-6-3.
BOONE COUNTY 4, PENDLETON COUNTY 0 – Freshman midfielder Payton Black scored three goals in the Rebels’ win.
Black, who has 24 markers on the season, fired a shot into the top corner of the net from 25 yards out in the first half. She extended the lead to two early in the second half and recorded Boone County’s final tally.
Sophomore forward Skylar Lehmkuhl also found the net for the Rebels.
Senior Elizabeth Ganster stopped five shots to earn her seventh shutout of the season.
HALFTIME: 1-0. GOALS: BC—Black 3, Lehmkuhl. SHUTOUT: Ganster (5 saves). RECORDS: Boone County 13-5-1, Pendleton County 12-6.
SCOTT 2, WALTON-VERONA 0, suspended – The match was called 22 minutes into the first half because of lightning.
Senior forward Hannah Dixon and junior forward Shea Stivers scored for the Eagles. Stivers also assisted on the first goal.
It is unclear whether or not the match will be completed.
RYLE VS. BEECHWOOD, postponed – The match never started due to lightning. No makeup date has been announced.
SIMON KENTON VS. CAMPBELL COUNTY, postponed – The match never started because of lightning. No makeup date has been announced.
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