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Youth Soccer

By Staff
Under-6 Girls
Cheetahs 7, Mermaids 5
Madeline Hodge tallied five unassisted goals for the Cheetahs in a win over the Mermaids.
Leyton Thomas notched two assists for the Cheetahs, and Tekira Clemons stopped four shots in the win. Bailey Eason, Anna Laurin Brown and Blair Dickson provided strong defensive play for the Cheetahs.
Karleight Shelton tallied three goals for the Mermaids, and Leah Marie Lott notched two.
Farrah Williamson, Jasmine Jordan and Haley Watson each recorded an assist for the Mermaids, and Kimberly Black played in goal.
Blue Birds vs. Robins
Kelly Bator and Holly Dennis each scored goals in the Blue Birds' match against the Robins.
Katie Dufour and Sarah Slade notched one assist each, and Cala Brown provided strong defensive play for the Blue Birds.
No individual scorers were reported for the Robins.
Under-7 Boys
Panthers 8, Jaguars 5
Chase Hughes notched a hat trick, three goals, and an assist for the Panthers in a win over the Jaguars.
Grant Clement tallied two goals for the Panthers, and Justin Blake, Jeremiah Callahan and Bryce Bomor each tallied one goal. Jake Perry and Callahan each recorded one assist.
Noah Prewitt scored four goals for the Jaguars, and Tristen Bass tallied one.
Under-8 Girls
Hodge Orthodontics Unicorns 11, Chicks 6
Mary Love Hodge scored seven goals for Hodge Orthodontics Unicorns in a win over the Chicks.
Taylor Gore knocked in three goals for the Unicorns, and Claire Miller added one.
The Chicks scored three goals in the first quarter, one in the second and two in the third. No individual scorers were reported for the Chicks.
Hodge Orthodontics Unicorns 6, Koalas 1
Mary Love Hodge tallied three goals for a hat trick and Kristi Sims notched two goals for Hodge Orthodontics Unicorns in a win over the Koalas.
Taylor Gore added one goal for the Unicorns. No individual scorers were reported for the Koalas.
compiled by Tony Krausz
To submit youth soccer game reports to The Meridian Star. Send information, including team names, final score, age group, first and last name of goal scorers, assist makers, goal keepers and top defenders, to attention sports at fax number 601-485-1275 or the game information may be e-mailed to sports@themeridianstar.com. If you have any questions, please call assistant sports editor Tony Krausz at 601-693-1551 ext. 3217.

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