Warren County Middle School soccer team traveled to Huntland Middle School on Tuesday night for a scrimmage.
The Lady Pioneers came out strong in the first five minutes with a goal by Jaden Smartt. With the lead, they did not back down with Katie Toney adding another quick goal just outside the penalty area to bring the first half to an end with a score of 2-0.
After halftime, WCMS returned recharged and ready to go. Maintaining the same intensity to score in the second half, Bailey Bundy took a shot that hit the post, but Smartt came in for the finish to make the score 3-0.
As the Lady Pioneer brought new players they still took advantage of Huntland’s defense. Bekah Jackson took a touch and shot outside the penalty box that went over the goalkeeper to bring the score to 4-0.
In the end, WCMS was able to secure a shutout with the final score being 4-0.
“It was good for us to get some game-like experience for the new girls and we came away with some improvement areas to work on heading into the play day,” said WCMS coach Matt Walker.
The Lady Pioneers head to Coffee County this weekend for a play day, then turn around to open the season at home against Algood Middle School on Monday at 5 p.m. WCMS home games are played on the high school soccer field.