The Lady Eagles had their chances Wednesday on the road against South Laurel. They just couldn’t find the net, until the closing moments of the game.
Rachel Ramey scored with less then three minutes left on the clock, giving Madison Southern a 1-0 win in London.
With a fourth-straight win, the Lady Eagles improve their record to 14-1 on the season.
“It was definitely a battle,” Southern coach Katy Cress said. “Both teams played very aggressively. It was just a really good game.”
Ramey scored the game-winner on a cross from Anne Ware. Ramey, a sophomore, tapped the pass, re-directing it past keeper.
Kristyn Murphy earned the shutout in net. Southern has posted nine shutouts this season and has not allowed a game in the past three games.
Southern is set to return to action Saturday at Danville.
Madison Central 2, Harrison County 0
Maryssa Stewart provided the offensive highlights as the Lady Indians picked up a 2-0 win over Harrison County Wednesday in Cynthania.
The junior striker scored twice for Madison Central before the game was called early in the second half because of lightning.
With the fourth-straight win, the Lady Indians improve their record to 13-2-1.
“It was a good fast-paced game,” Central coach Chris Dunham said. “Hopefully this will carry over to Pulaski County.”
Samantha Shepherd earned the shutout for Central. The Lady Indians have not allowed a goal in their past five games.
Stewart’s first goal came on a cross from Emily Willoughby. Abby Helwig set up the junior’s other score.
Central is set to return to action Monday at Pulaski County.