|Posted: Tuesday, October 5, 2010 8:55 pm
Devilette soccer team
bests Trenton Peabody
All the South Fulton fans went home happy on Monday night.
The Devilette soccer program ended the 2010 regular season with a 3-2 triumph over Trenton.
Desiray Sturgeon booted the winning goal with about 16 minutes remaining.
South Fulton (6-7) scored the first two goals of the contest as Kayla Lindsey and Morgan Kane both found the net during the first half.
Trenton got one goal before intermission and another early in the second half.
SF’s lone senior, Beth-any Graves, was honored prior to her team’s last regular-season home outing.
The Devilettes return to action in the upcoming Region 7A-AA Tournament.
A bracket for that event — which will also include Obion County Central — should be finalized within the week.
Both the tournament winner and runnerup will advance to the substate tournament.
Ridgemont gets invite
to bowl at Bethel U.
Ridgemont is set to go (bowl)ing.
The Mustang football team, which is 3-3 heading into this evening’s game with Gibson County, will play McKenzie (4-3) Thursday in the fifth annual mckenzierebels.com Bowl.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Bethel University’s Wildcat Stadium and admission is $5.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit United Neighbors, a Carroll County charitable organiztion.
The gates are to open at 6 p.m.
McKenzie is coached by Brad Chappell — who has led McKenzie to six straight Carroll County titles.
The McKenzie Touch-down Club will feed both teams after the game. Cheerleaders from both squads will perform as well.
Last year, McKenzie defeated GC 34-24 in a shootout in the aforementioned bowl game.
The Rebels are 2-2 in past bowl game appearances, one of those losses to Union City Middle School.
Published in The Messenger 10.05.10