FORT JENNINGS — It was a tale of two halves between Jefferson and Cory-Rawson on a brilliant but chilly Monday afternoon/evening at Keith Hamel Memorial Field in Fort Jennings.
The visiting Lady Hornets won the first and the Lady Wildcats the second.
When the 80 minutes was over, the teams had fought to a 1-1 draw.
Five Jefferson seniors played their final home matches: Courtney Van Schoyck, Jenna Moreo, Rachel Miller, Corrine Metzger and goalkeeper Paige Miller.
“This was our third match in five days and I think we didn’t have a lot of energy the first half,” Jefferson coach Josiah Stober explained. “We only have the three subs off the bench but we get stretched when we have a stretch like this. Our seniors have really played well this year for me. We’ve come a long way since the start.”
The Lady Hornets (3-10-1) had 10 shots, eight on-goal (11 for the match), in the first half.
They took advantage of the tired Jeffcats to possess the orb more.
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