Lady ‘Cats fall behind Indians in district standings

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Ben Lack and Matthew Moscrip

In a District 2A-8 battle for first place Wednesday night, Edgewood scraped past the Wildcats 1-0 via an own goal. West Shore falls to second in the district standings, with a record of 5-3-1, compared to Edgewood’s 8-1-2 mark.

“Overall, the game went pretty bad,” senior Hannah Jefferson said. “We were not listening to the coaches, we were not executing properly, and we were not really playing as a team. [They scored] off of a deflection. Our midfield did not come back, we didn’t put pressure on the ball, and they got a lucky shot.”

The Lady ‘Cats play Tuesday, Jan 5 at Melbourne High School.