Lady Pacer soccer team splits four games, runs win total to seven


The Switzerland County Lady Pacer soccer team split the last four games as its season continues.

– On Wednesday, September 15th, the Lady Pacers traveled to Lawrenceburg to play against the Lady Tigers. Switzerland County lost the game by a final score of 5-1.

The only goal of the game was off of a direct kick outside the box and was scored by freshman Mackenzie Anderson.

– On Saturday, September 18th, Switzerland County traveled to Oldenburg Academy, and suffered what Head Coach Roy Leap termed “a humbling loss” by a score of 10-0.

“We have had several hard games in a row with little or no break in between and it is starting to take a toll on the team.” Coach Leap said.

– This past Monday, September 20th, the Lady Pacers were home against Christian Academy, and came away with a 4-1 win.

Sophomore Emily White scored three goals and senior Raven Young scored the fourth in the contest. “The defense seemed rested and did a great job. Midfield was able to keep the ball pushed forward in that game,” the Lady Pacer coach said.

– Tuesday night Switzerland County traveled to Southwestern to take on the Lady Rebels, and the Lady Pacers emerged with a convincing 6-1 victory.

Scoring goals in the game were sophomore Emily White with two goals and two assists; freshman Lauren Haskell with two goals; freshman Bre Ricketts with a goal and freshman Mercedes Parham with a goal.

“The whole team went out and did what they were supposed to do,” Coach Leap stated. “Freshman Erika Coy went in the goal in the second half of the game, replacing senior Kim Cox. Erika shut out Southwestern from scoring in the second half.”


The Lady Pacers enjoy a much needed to rest before playing against South Dearborn at home this Tuesday, September 28th.

The games bring the Lady Pacers season record to 7-4.