NEW MARKET-The Southmont girls soccer team took on Danville in a Sagamore Athletic Conference matchup Saturday and lost by a final score of 8-2
"Anytime you play Danville they're going to be tough," head coach Alfredo Villalpando said. "When you play against a team that good, they're going to capitalize on any mistakes you made. It kind of turned around for us in the second half. We can't dig ourselves into a hole in the first half and try to dig out."
Senior Rachel Welliever put in one goal unassisted and freshman Macy Zachary got assisted by Avery Hess for the other goal. Southmont went into the locker room trailing 6-0 at halftime and could not pull themselves out of the deficit.
Southmont (0-3, 0-2 SAC) travels to North Putnam on Thursday.