Lynchburg-Clay girls soccer advances to District Finals via 11-1 win over South Point


By Ryan Applegate - rapplegate@timesgazette.com



Lynchburg-Clay’s Riley Creditt advances the ball downfield into South Point territory on Tuesday at Raidiger Field in Waverly where the Lady Mustangs took on the Lady Pointers in Southeast District Semifinal girls soccer action.

Lynchburg-Clay’s Riley Creditt advances the ball downfield into South Point territory on Tuesday at Raidiger Field in Waverly where the Lady Mustangs took on the Lady Pointers in Southeast District Semifinal girls soccer action.


Lady Mustangs defender Kali Cochran clears the ball on Tuesday against the Lady Pointers in District Semifinals soccer at Raidiger Field in Waverly.


Riley Creditt of Lynchburg-Clay takes a penalty shot against South Point on Tuesday at Raidiger Field in Waverly for the first score of the match in District Semifinal girls soccer action.


WAVERLY — A great afternoon for soccer at Raidiger Field in Waverly saw the Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs dominate the South Point Lady Pointers 11-1 to advance to the Division III Southeast District Finals on Saturday, October 27, in Waverly.

Lynchburg came out of the locker room on a mission and possessed the ball for much of the first half and put continuous pressure on the Lady Pointers third of the field only allowing South Point into their third no more than five times in the half.

The Lady Mustangs registered their first goal of the game with 24:20 to play in the first half when Riley Creditt netted a penalty kick after a handball in the penalty area by the Lady Pointers.

Kaylee Lunsford scored the first goal of her hat trick at the 16:32 mark in the first half when she received the ball from Peyton Scott and redirected it past the Lady Pointers’ goalie to give the Lady Mustangs a 2-0 lead.

Scott and Zoe Fittro capped off the first half scoring for Lynchburg-Clay with goals at 7:16 and 4:27 respectively of the first half to push the Lady Mustangs’ lead to 4-0 at the halftime horn.

Lynchburg-Clay was delayed coming out of the locker room after the ten minute halftime but were anything but late for the second half of play as Lunsford recorded her second goal and Scott got her second assist at 38:32 of the second half to push the Lady Mustangs to a 5-0 lead.

Lunsford returned the favor less than a minute later when she found Scott in the box and Peyton zipped the ball into the net to continue the onslaught by Lynchburg and extend their lead to 6-0 with 37:38 to play.

The fans in attendance for the semifinal matchup saw Lunsford complete her hat trick with 36:23 left in the match as she scored unassisted with a run down the middle of the field.

Lady Mustangs’ junior Belle Brinkman recorded the first of her two goals in the game off of an assist from Sierra Benney at the 33:52 mark of the second half and extended Lynchburg’s lead to 8-0.

Scott got the second hat trick of the night for the Lady Mustangs with 30:50 to play in the game and capped the five goal barrage from Lyncburg over the first ten minutes of the second half.

Brinkman capped her night scoring at 19:30 of the second half to put Lynchburg up 10-0.

The Lady Pointers recorded their only goal of the night with 18:03 to play in the match when Emily Byrd sent the ball into the net and made the score 10-1.

Raelynn Ruble scored the final goal of the night and Scott recorded her third assist in the match with 8:13 to play.

The second match of the night saw the Wheelersburg Lady Pirates beat the Westfall Lady Mustangs 1-0 to set up a one versus two matchup in the District Finals on Saturday.

Lynchburg-Clay Head Coach Dennis West talked about the matchup with the Lady Pirates and said, “We have played them a bunch of times over the last three or four years and it has usually been on the district tournament somewhere. They are a good opponent, they are well coached and they always have good athletes. They have got two girls out there this year that are really high scorers, they have a lot of goals. We will have to play well to compete with them. We feel like we are able to do it and we’re confident. When Saturday rolls around we’ll see how that rolls.”

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Lynchburg-Clay’s Riley Creditt advances the ball downfield into South Point territory on Tuesday at Raidiger Field in Waverly where the Lady Mustangs took on the Lady Pointers in Southeast District Semifinal girls soccer action.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/10/web1_Creditt-vs-South-POint.jpgLynchburg-Clay’s Riley Creditt advances the ball downfield into South Point territory on Tuesday at Raidiger Field in Waverly where the Lady Mustangs took on the Lady Pointers in Southeast District Semifinal girls soccer action.

Lady Mustangs defender Kali Cochran clears the ball on Tuesday against the Lady Pointers in District Semifinals soccer at Raidiger Field in Waverly.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/10/web1_Cochran-vs-South-Point.jpgLady Mustangs defender Kali Cochran clears the ball on Tuesday against the Lady Pointers in District Semifinals soccer at Raidiger Field in Waverly.

Riley Creditt of Lynchburg-Clay takes a penalty shot against South Point on Tuesday at Raidiger Field in Waverly for the first score of the match in District Semifinal girls soccer action.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/10/web1_Penalty-Kick-vs-South-Point.jpgRiley Creditt of Lynchburg-Clay takes a penalty shot against South Point on Tuesday at Raidiger Field in Waverly for the first score of the match in District Semifinal girls soccer action.

By Ryan Applegate

rapplegate@timesgazette.com