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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Girls' Soccer

This is a photo of senior co-captain and defensive player Allison Floyd, going for the ball during the girls soccer game Wednesday, May 2. After ending a double overtime tied at zero, RBHS and HHS went into penalty kicks. The Lady Bruins fell to the Kewpies with a final score of (1-0 )and (4-3) in penalty kicks. The team will compete in districts on May 14.

Lady Bruins to compete in district tournament

With their [14-5-1] record, the varsity girls’ soccer team has had a strong season leading up to the start of their district tournament against Waynesville High School at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 15. With the Tigers’ [7-13-1] record, the competition will be close, but the team plans on bringing home another win.

Girls’ soccer to face Tigers

With a solid season underway, the girls’ soccer team will face off against the Smith Cotton Tigers April 30.

Girls’ soccer scores 6-2 win against Battle

The Lady Bruins had a strong showing during the second half of the game, ultimately defeating the Battle Spartans (6-2). The team is now [9-2] on the season.

Girls’ soccer dominates Ozark in second shutout of the season

The RBHS girls soccer team dominated their second game of the season against the Ozark High School Tigers. The experienced defensive line has yet to be scored on thus far.