Hixson, East Ridge Post Soccer Wins

Monday, September 18, 2017

The Hixson girls soccer team scored four second half goals Monday night in their 6-0 win over Tyner. 

Morgan Dupree had three saves and one assist.   Sarah Bargerstock, Emily Darr and Mollie Bishop each had a goal. 

Sydney Rigler had four saves for Hixson. 

Hixson travels to Red Bank on Tuesday for a 7 p.m. match.  

Also on Monday, East Ridge's Kendall Dickson scored in overtime to beat Red Bank 1-0.  East Ridge managed 24 shots and Red Bank had seven.

 East Ridge Sarah Hudgens had five saves in the shutout.  

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