NEW MARKET – The Lady Mounties hosted undefeated Tri-West on Monday and The Bruins offense continued to shine as they scored seven goals in a 7-1 win over the Mounties.

The first 20 minutes of the game saw the Mounties play very well as they held the Bruins scoreless. The Bruins then found their rhythm and scored all three of their first half goals in the last 18 minutes of the game. The Bruins tallied four more goals in the second half to pull away.

“Tri-West is a very good team and they showed that tonight,” said Head Coach Phil Keller. “I think this humbles us a little bit since we’ve been playing pretty well the last couple of game. We definitely know what we need to work on now.”

The Mounties have been battling a few injuries to some key starters on their team as. Heading into the game they were down two starters and during the game they lost a third starter. Fortunately for the Mounties they will have a week off before their next match.

“It was tough that we didn’t have three of our starters tonight,” Keller said. “I’d rather them sit out and rest and have them for the rest of the season than risk losing them for the rest of the year.”

The loss drops the Mounties record to 3-3 -1 on the season and they will be back in action next Monday (9/23) as they will host Cascade.

Athenians defeat Benton Central

The Crawfordsville Athenians boy’s soccer team hosted Benton Central and came away with a 1-0 victory.

The lone goal for the Athenians came way of Kevin Barrera-Chinchilla. Goalkeeper Landon Timmons saved seven total shots in the shutout win.

The win improves the Athenians record to 4-6 on the season. The team returns to action on Thursday as they travel to Sheridan for a meeting with the Blackhawks.

Lady Athenians blown out by Central Catholic 

The Lady Athenians traveled to Lafayette Central Catholic on Monday night and were defeated 10-0. 

The loss drops the Athenians record to 0-9. They will return to action on Wednesday as they will host South Vermillion