The College Station High School Lady Cougars soccer team is making their fourth trip to the Regional Tournament in as many years with a 4-1 victory over Cedar Creek at Cougar Field Tuesday night. The victory was number 300 for Stoney Pryor in his coaching career. The Cougs opened the scoring 9 minutes into the match when Sabrina Burns headed in Sasha Poltoratski free kick from 40 yards out. Early in the 2nd half, Shannon Gaines scored to put the Cougs up 2-0.
The College Station Lady Cougars clinched the 18-5A District Championship with a 3-0 victory over the Rudder Rangers Thursday night. Hailey Daniel opened the scoring half way into the 2nd half with a well placed header off the inside of the far post on an assist from Shannon Gaines.
The College Station Lady Cougar soccer team tied the A&M Consolidated Lady Tigers 0-0 Tuesday night at Cougar Field. Megan Fowler recorded the shutout for College Station. The Cougs remain in first in place in 18-5A with a record of 6-0-2, 8-6-3 overall. In JV action, the Cougars defeated the Tigers 2-0.
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Selecting a term
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