Smith-Cotton soccer falls, SH girls advance


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Nora Hargett maneuvers between Brianna Pollitt (2) and Annie Guier (12) during a 4-0 loss to Hickman at Rock Bridge at Columbia.


Democrat staff

Nora Hargett maneuvers between Brianna Pollitt (2) and Annie Guier (12) during a 4-0 loss to Hickman at Rock Bridge at Columbia.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_DSC_3816-1.jpgNora Hargett maneuvers between Brianna Pollitt (2) and Annie Guier (12) during a 4-0 loss to Hickman at Rock Bridge at Columbia.

Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers soccer fell 4-0 Tuesday to Hickman at Rock Bridge High School in the Class 4 District 11 tournament.

The Kewpies defeated Smith-Cotton 1-0 earlier this month. Two goals in both halves sunk the Lady Tigers’ season on a cloudy, rainy day in Columbia.

Lady Tigers head coach Adam Murray said he was pleased with the 2-time conference champions’ effort in the district tournament.

“The girls put together a good season,” Murray. “Co-conference championships for back-to-back years. They played well for a lot of the season, it’s just unfortunate to end your season and careers like this for the season.”

Smith-Cotton finished 15-7-1 on the season, the program’s highest win total since 2010.

Class 1 District 7 Soccer Tournament

Summit Christian Academy 7, Lone Jack 0

Sacred Heart 4, St. Paul Lutheran 0

Anjanae Williams (6), Sadie Rollings (26), Emma Wilhelm (81), Issabell Wilhelm (84)

The Lady Gremlins face Summit Christian Academy at Clover Dell Park in Sedalia at 6 p.m.

Alex Agueros can be reached at 660-826-1000, ext. 1483 or on Twitter @abagueros2

Sedalia Democrat

Alex Agueros can be reached at 660-826-1000, ext. 1483 or on Twitter @abagueros2

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