By John Lachmann
Senior striker Michael Hall scored four goals in Carroll County’s 6-3 win over Holmes on Wednesday.
Hall had netted five goals in a win over Gallatin County on Tuesday, and he now has 25 tallies on the season.
Senior midfielder Austin Gullett recorded all three markers for the Bulldogs, all coming in the second half.
HALFTIME: Carroll County, 2-0. GOALS: CC—Mi. Hall 4, Marshall, Ogburn. H—Gullett 3. RECORDS: Carroll County 8-6, Holmes 4-7.
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