The Castle and North girls' soccer match scheduled for Tuesday has now become a sectional preview. The IHSAA revealed the sectional draw for both boys' and girls' soccer Sunday evening. The biggest local game to jump off the screen will be No. 5 Castle (12-1) against No. 10 North (10-2-1) in the opening game of the Class 3A Sectional on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at Castle High School. The winner will face Reitz (10-5-1) in the semifinal that Thursday. Harrison (4-9) drew Central (6-9-1) in the other semifinal.
NEWBURGH -- The Memorial football team wasn't the only one winning a big game this weekend for the Tigers. In girls' soccer action, Class 2A No. 1 Memorial clinched a share of the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference title with a 2-1 road victory over previously undefeated Castle Saturday night. The Tigers scored twice in the first 15 minutes of the match and now stand at 6-0 in the SIAC.
NEWBURGH – Castle coach Dan Watson kept telling his team to be patient. After winning two sets with ease, the Knights found themselves in a fight to close out the match against Memorial. But Watson kept telling them that shots would eventually fall. Castle just had to work for it. The Knights stayed the course and walked away victorious over the Tigers Tuesday evening. Castle took solo first place in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference with a 25-12, 25-7, 28-30, 25-20 win.
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