Girls Soccer Roundup: Pine Tree Prevails, Nacogdoches Falls in Shootout
LONGVIEW — Pine Tree remained undefeated in District 32-4A with a 2-1 victory against intra-town foe Spring Hill on Tuesday at Pine Tree Stadium.
Pine Tree career goals and assists leader Amanda Wallin scored on a first-half cross from Emily Shelton to start the scoring. Two minutes into the second half, PT’s Amanda Cabrera scored from 20 yards away on a top-shelf goal to the left side of the net.
Pine Tree (14-1-1, 6-0) misplayed a ball on the back end six minutes later to allow the Spring Hill goal, but the Lady Panthers failed to get another goal to tie the contest.
Pine Tree gained a 12-3 shots-on-goal advantage.
“I felt like we controlled the game, but it was one of those nights where the ball wouldn’t get into the net more,” said PT coach Daniel Rich.
Pine Tree hosts Marshall on Friday.
Lufkin Hudson Edges Nacogdoches in Shootout
HUDSON — Nacogdoches suffered its first District 35-4A loss in a shootout defeat at Lufkin Hudson on Tuesday.
Nacogdoches (4-1 in district) played Hudson to a 1-1 tie through regulation and overtime before losing in the shootout portion of the match. Nacogdoches got a regulation goal from Jenna McCarty, who scored off a Katherine Patton assist.
Nacogdoches visits Jacksonville on Friday.
Early Goal Lifts Lindale Over John Tyler
LINDALE — Riley Alvey’s goal 23 seconds into the match led Lindale to a 1-0 win against John Tyler on Tuesday.
Lindale hosts Whitehouse on Friday.