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SCOTTS HILL/McKENZIE (September 1,3) — As the halfway point of the season approaches, the McKenzie High School Lady Rebel soccer team has yet to allow a goal while winning five straight …
SCOTTS HILL/McKENZIE (September 1,3) — As the halfway point of the season approaches, the McKenzie High School Lady Rebel soccer team has yet to allow a goal while winning five straight games.
Tuesday, the team traveled to Scotts Hill and earned a 7-0 win. Allie Chappell scored four goals and had one assist. Savannah Nesbitt scored two goals. Maggie Aird had a goal and three assists, and Sydney Fornera had an assist.
Goalkeeper Gracie Dillingham had three saves to record her fourth shutout.
Thursday, the Lady Rebels hosted Milan and won 9-0. The game was called via mercy rule after the ninth goal was scored less than four minutes into the second half.
Aird scored three goals and had a pair of assists. Nesbitt scored three goals and had an assist. Savannah Hill had a pair of goals and an assist, and Chappell had a goal and an assist.
Dillingham had one save for her fifth consecutive shutout to start the season.
The Lady Rebels look to extend their win streak in a pair of contests this week.
Tuesday, they travel to Dyersburg for a 6 p.m. start time.
District play begins Thursday as the team hosts South Fulton at 6 p.m.