POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — After scoring just one goal over their first two games the Lady Knights soccer team found the back of the net six times Tuesday night en route to a shutout win over visiting Lincoln County.
It didn’t take long for the Lady Knights (2-1-0) to get on the board, as sophomore Ashtyn Wedge scored from eight yards out off of the assist from Carlee Dabney in just the fifth minute. Just seven minuets later the Lady Knights struck again, this time it was Allison Smith getting the goal from 15 yards on Dabney’s second assist of the night.
PPHS sophomore Cassie Jordan got in on the scoring in the 14th minute from 10 yards out on the assist from Allison Smith. An own goal by the Lady Panthers in the 32nd minute gave Point Pleasant the 4-0 lead going into the half.
After halftime the Lady Knights were at it again, this time Sydney Raike with the unassisted goal from 15 yards out. At the 65th minute Dabney found the back of the net on a rebound goal to secure the 6-0 victory for Point Pleasant.
Point Pleasant’s goal keeper, Delaney Bronosky, made two saves on the night. The Lady Knights out shot Lincoln County 25-to-2 in the game, with both of the Lady Panthers’ shots coming in the first half of play.