For the first time in several matches, the Heritage soccer team had its full roster available, and it showed.The Lady Mountaineers opened Thursday’s match at Greenback with two goals in the first four minutes and didn’t let up, beating the Lady Cherokees 8-0 behind Katlin Burger’s hat trick.“We’re coming back around,” Heritage coach Andy Byrd told The Daily Times. “We’ve got several girls who are coming back from injuries, so it’s nice to get them back.
It was a story of missed opportunities for the Heritage soccer team on Wednesday night.The Lady Mountaineers caught an early break when Oak Ridge lost possession just a few seconds into the game, and Heritage’s Katlin Burger appeared to be in position to capitalize until the Lady Wildcat defense recovered.Just one minute later, Aliyah Vananda was the recipient of a well-placed through ball in the box, leaving her one-on-one with the goalie, but again Oak Ridge recovered, this time it was...
It seemed like it would be a banner night with the way Alcoa’s girls soccer team started its match against cross-county rival Heritage on Thursday.Alcoa scored a goal in the first six minutes, then added two more before the end of the first half. The game ended with the Lady Tornadoes leaving the field with a 5-1 win over Heritage, but Alcoa coach Shane Corley expected more.“Not the best night,” Corley told The Daily Times.
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