Soccer team unbeaten over weekend play
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Morgen Eckenberg and Abigail Hosman are shown in action Monday against Anna-Jonesboro. The Lady Wildcats shut out the Lady Pats 3-0.
— Beth Shelton | Metropolis Planet
Morgen Eckenberg and Abigail Hosman are shown in action Monday against Anna-Jonesboro. The Lady Wildcats shut out the Lady Pats 3-0. — Beth Shelton | Metropolis Planet
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Members of the Massac County Lady Patriots soccer team gather round as coach Brock Frazier holds up their second-place trophy following the Harrisburg Tournament held April 12-13. Players are, from left, front row, Emily Hoard, Kerstie Weatherbee, Rebecka Formo, Madison Duncan, Tahneshia Bradshaw, Taylor Adkins, Jana Jacobs, Payton Hillebrand. Middle row, Haley Williams, Grace Wolfe, Lauren Morehead, Morgan Eckenberg, Abby Hosman, Emilee Fugate, Alyssa Logeman. Back row, Sable Hailey. Not pictured are Drew Bailey, Santanna Mounce and Taylor Klankey.
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Members of the Massac County Lady Patriots soccer team gather round as coach Brock Frazier holds up their second-place trophy following the Harrisburg Tournament held April 12-13. Players are, from left, front row, Emily Hoard, Kerstie Weatherbee, Rebecka Formo, Madison Duncan, Tahneshia Bradshaw, Taylor Adkins, Jana Jacobs, Payton Hillebrand. Middle row, Haley Williams, Grace Wolfe, Lauren Morehead, Morgan Eckenberg, Abby Hosman, Emilee Fugate, Alyssa Logeman. Back row, Sable Hailey. Not pictured are Drew Bailey, Santanna Mounce and Taylor Klankey. — Photo submitted
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Massac County’s girls soccer team was awarded second place this past weekend, even though they were unbeaten and unscored on. In the Harrisburg Tornado Memorial Tournament, the girls beat Salem 3-0 on Friday night. They then eked out a 1-0 win over Olney on Saturday and capped off a strong showing with an 8-0 shellacking of Centralia.

By reason of having outscored their opponents by a slightly larger margin than did Massac County, Freeburg was awarded first place in the tournament.

In Friday night’s win over Salem, Hayley Williams drove home a pair of goals and Tahneshia Bradshaw scored one goal and recorded an assist for Massac’s 3-0 win.

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