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Soccer team wins 2 of 2 in last week’s games

The Eagles’ soccer team finished its best week yet with 1-0 shutouts over both East Fairmont and Ravenswood. Braxton is now at 2-2-1.
In Tuesday’s win at East Fairmont, the Eagles, according to Coach Justin Whitford, “began really well and then slipped a bit.” He added, “The whole first half was like that. First one team dominated, then the other.” It was in the first half, however, that the Eagles scored the only goal of the game. With three minutes left in the half, Quinn Hopen passed to Makila Carr, who shot and scored.
Coach Whitford reported that, in the second half, he saw “the best soccer [he’d] seen since the season began.” He added, “Braxton completely dominated the whole second half. The team looked really, really good.” The Eagles, however, did not score in the second half.
“We had some scoring opportunities,” the coach said,” but a lot of our shots went right to the goalkeeper.”


Cross country runners obtain personal
records in Saturday’s race at Mineral Wells

Cross country coach Lauri Spencer called last Saturday’s Chick-fil-A Invitational “a confidence-building meet for the team.” She added, “Runners were able to run a PR {personal record] on the relatively flat course.”
Two Braxton runners, Seth Backus and Kate Golinsky, received awards for their top 25 performances. With a personal best, Backus finished the race at 17:09.3. Golinsky’s time was 22:44.4.


Redskins traveled to Clay on September 6

Braxton Redskins traveled to Clay County on Saturday, September 6, 2014. Flag team had 6 touchdowns with Brady Toler-5 scoring 4 touchdowns and Landon Mays-6 scoring 2 touchdowns. Following flag team’s game, C-team lost to Clay 41-14. The boys played a good game and worked together but couldn’t compete with Clay’s offensive line. Those scoring touchdowns were Paxton Smith-18 and Connor Facemire-40. After three lightening delays, B-team finished their game with a 25-6 win. Ryder McGlaughlin-80 and Lane Morrow-29 each scored a touchdown and Tyler Cox-22 was able to break free for two touchdowns. Braxton Redskin’s A-team finished the evening with a 19-6 win. Those scoring include Michael King-76, Logan Conley-28 and Drew Pritt-2. Braxton County Redskins will be playing at Flint Field next weekend on Saturday, September 13. Come out and support our football teams and cheerleaders. Flag plays at 11:00, C-team at 12:00, B team at 2:00 and A-team at 4:00. For videos and pictures of Braxton County Redskins visit us on Facebook at: Braxton Redskins Country Youth Football.

Knights lose to Clay

“We had opportunities to win but couldn’t take advantage of them,” middle school football coach James King said of his team’s 12-6 loss to Clay last Thursday night.
Coach King described the first quarter as a time of “the teams feeling each other out.” He also noted that Clay won the field-position battle in the first quarter as the Knights’ first two possessions began on their own one yard line.





 



 

 

 



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