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Last updated: March 28. 2014 10:46AM - 407 Views
By Mike Carter, Sports Writer



Clinton defender, Lillie Turrlington, #6, turns back a rare Midway intrusion into Dark Horse territory during second half action of Thursday's Four County Conference match. Clinton defeated Midway 10-1 to keep their conference record unblemished. To view more photos from this match, visit the sports section on atthe18foto.smugmug.com.
Clinton defender, Lillie Turrlington, #6, turns back a rare Midway intrusion into Dark Horse territory during second half action of Thursday's Four County Conference match. Clinton defeated Midway 10-1 to keep their conference record unblemished. To view more photos from this match, visit the sports section on atthe18foto.smugmug.com.
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The Lady Dark Horse soccer team played their second road game in as many days, paying a visit to Four County Conference foe Midway. Clinton jumped out to a 6-2 first half, lead by 3 goals from Hannah Smith, 2 from Aliana Capps, and 1 each from Grace Reagan and Cara Marshburn.


The Dark Horses continued to dominate in second half action, keeping the ball on the Midway end of the field. While Midway made several halftime adjustments that helped slow the Dark Horse scoring, the continuous offensive pressure applied by Clinton eventually resulted in the visitors netting 4 more second half goals. This ran the final score to 10-1. Smith, Capps and Yang each added goals in the second half.


Clinton’s coach Jeff Smith was pleased with his teams ability to come out and put away a tough Midway squad, but expressed concern that they would have to continue to improve as they move deeper into the season.


Midway coach Trey Apperson, while not pleased with the final score, said that he did “see some positive things come out of a very challenging game for his team.”


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