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Clarkdale stays unbeaten with win over Trojans

By By Matt Barrett/staff writer
Jan. 12, 2002
Clarkdale remained undefeated in boys' soccer with a 1-0 win over Northeast Lauderdale Friday night at Northeast.
Northeast Lauderdale missed opportunities to score early . Defensive pressure from the Bulldogs kept the Trojans from scoring the entire game.
Bulldog David Prewitt scored the only goal for either team . Prewitt received a penalty kick with 15 minutes remaining in the first half . The kick was too much for the Trojans to handle as it found the net.
Bulldogs Griffin Parker and Jay Jacobs paced extreme pressure on the Trojans to keep them from scoring in the half.
Neither team scored in the second half of play.
The 8-7 Trojans will face South Jones on Tuesday.
The 9-0 Bulldogs will travel to West Lauderdale to face the defending league champs Monday night.
Lady Trojans 4
Lady Bulldogs 1
The Northeast Lauderdale Lady Trojans upped their season record to 8-1 with a convincing win over Clarkdale's Lady Bulldogs.
Lady Trojan Danielle Smith scored the first of her two goals with nine minutes being played in the first half.
The Trojans scored again off a nice Katie Bergin assist to Ivy Rawson. The goal made the score 2-0 Northeast with 19 minutes remaining in the half.
Smith helped the Northeast scoring efforts with an impressive assist to Melissa Brents. The Brents' score was the final of the half as Northeast lead 3-0 at the break.
The Lady Trojans' final score was made by Smith from 20 yards out.
The Lady Bulldogs found the goal late in the second half on a penalty kick by Tara Smith.

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