Lady Tigers spread wealth in shutout

BRYCE RUDD Photo/ Times Leader

Caldwell County sophomore Hadlee Hall scored her first varsity goal of the season in the Lady Tigers' 10-0 mercy rule win over Christian County Tuesday in Princeton.

Caldwell County (10-5-2) has several effective scoring weapons capable of going off at any moment, and on Tuesday evening in Princeton, the Lady Tigers got 10 goals from eight different players in a 10-0 mercy rule win over Christian County in 75 minutes at Butler Stadium.

Kaylee McEnaney, Abbey Hagan, Morgan McDaniels, Kendall Boyd, Tallie Branch, Hadlee Hall, Hannah Young and Maddie Ginn all scored the goals for the Lady Tigers, while Lucy Goffinet, Young, McEnaney, Hagan and McDaniels each recorded an assist.

Boyd and Young scored two goals apiece, and Hall's first goal of her varsity career sent Caldwell County up 1-0 in the open goal less than a minute in.

McEnaney nearly had an assist moments later, and Caldwell County had a look in the 19th to double up, but McEnaney sliced through the right side at 2-0 in the 23rd.

Hannah Young came in for a putback off her own rebound, sending the Lady Tigers to a 3-0 command in the 26th.

McEnaney fed Morgan McDaniels in the 30th to make it 4-0.

Hannah Young later reciprocated and bounced her own header in off McDaniel's assist to go up 5-0 in the 33rd; a lead that would hold heading to the half.

Sofie Littlefield also nearly scored off a header on a set piece just before the half.

Karsyn Parker was never challenged in the first half in goal for the Lady Tigers, as Christian County hardly crossed midfield.

Maggie Ginn clocked in her lone goal at 6-0, and Abbey Hagan converted a high arching PK in the 52nd to take a 7-0 lead.

McEnaney and Goffinet controlled the field all night long, and Boyd's rocket from 40 yards out made it 8-0 on seven different scorers in an unselfish display.

Then in the final 10 minutes, Boyd made it 9-0 right through the low corner of the net as Reagan Hodge played an intricate part in the offense late for the Lady Tigers.

Branch's first varsity goal made it 10-0 in the 75th and capped off the mercy rule.

The Lady Tigers reeled off 38 shots in the contest, with Parker needing just two minor saves.

Christian County (3-11) played night before and Caldwell capitalized on a tired Lady Colonel team that played even without a few key players.

Lady Tiger head coach Rhett Miller said he was pleased with the midfield play and with Hadley's first goal and Branches first career goal to end it, as they continue to focus on putting the ball in the net and accuracy entering the final week of the regular season.

Lady Tigers trounce Trigg Co.

The Lady Tigers cleaned house at Trigg County (8-8) with a 9-1 road win on Thursday, getting a 6-0 halftime lead in Cadiz and four goals from Lucy Goffinet (three of them coming in the first half) after she struggled to find the net on Tuesday.

Goffinet's hat trick was also accompanied by two goals each from Morgan McDaniels and Reagan Hodge, with one goal by Hannah Young.

Kaylee McEnaney finished with six points and a hat trick of assists, with Goffinet also getting two assists.

Young, Kendall Boyd, Laken White and Tallie Branch also came up with assists, as the Lady Tigers (10-5-2) won their 10th game of the season and their third straight.

The Lady Tigers have outscored opponents 24-3 in those three games, and remain undefeated all-time against Trigg County with 22 wins. Rachel McClung finished with four keeper saves on the night in a solid performance in the goal.

Caldwell County hosts Paducah Tilghman at Butler Stadium on Tuesday.