The Scotts Hill High School Lady Lions soccer team ended their regular season as the second seed in District 11 and began district tournament play Thursday, Oct. 7 in Waynesboro. Despite the Henderson County school system being on fall break, the team practiced and prepared for their semi-final in the tournament against third-seeded Wayne County In what would turn out to be a foggy and interesting match, the Lady Lions came away victorious to secure play in the district championship and progressed to the Regional tournament.
Players awarded All-District were recognized between the two scheduled semi-final matches. Players from Scotts Hill High School presented with this distinction included: Layla Adams, junior; Emma Davis, sophomore; Kaylee Hays, junior; and Miracle Reyes, senior. Congratulations ladies on this accomplishment!
Scotts Hill Lions will play the current District 11 one-seeded Adamsville High School on Tuesday, Oct. 12 for the district championship. The Lions versus Cardinals kickoff starts at 6 p.m. and a finals awards ceremony will follow. The district championship match will again be held in Waynesboro as Wayne County hosts the tournament this year.
SHHS Lady Lions coaches CJ and Teri Kapp are extremely proud of the commitment their team has shown and of the work every player has put in all season in order to grow in individual skill, as a team, and as mature young females when on AND off the field. The Lady Lions look to continue to build as they progress to Regionals with seeding to be determined from Tuesday’s match with Adamsville. Congratulations Scotts Hill Lady Lions Soccer and best of luck in your future matches.