After a tough 2-0 district loss to Page on Aug. 30, Tullahoma answered right back with a pair of dominating district wins, first defeating Spring Hill 6-0 at home on Tuesday before securing a 10-1 win at Lawrence County on Thursday night.
In Lawrenceburg, THS ended the matchup early after the Lady Wildcats grabbed a nine-score advantage, ending the contest. Cassidy Connor put up a hat trick in the victory for Tullahoma, while Amy Johnson added two scores of her own.
Five more Tullahoma players got into the scoring column on Thursday. Julia Duncan, Katy Champion, Lila Saunders, Kennedy Butcher and Adeline Carson each netted a goal against Lawrence County.
On top of scoring three goals, Connor also added three assists for THS on Thursday. Duncan and Anna Parker each had a pair of assists, while Kaylee Stacey added one of her own.
Connor also put up the first goal for the Lady Wildcats in their win over Spring Hill on Tuesday. It took just under three minutes for Tullahoma to get on the scoreboard, when Connor got the ball and connected with a shot into the bottom left corner of the net, taking a 1-0 advantage.
Duncan, who scored four goals in the win over the Lady Raiders, netted her first goal with 20:38 left in the first half. After getting the ball, she made a move past a defender, finding the top left corner of the net, putting Tullahoma up 2-0.
Johnson added Tullahoma’s final goal of the first half with 12:03 left in the opening period. After getting the ball on a battle with a defender, Johnson ran away with possession, firing off a shot in the middle of the box, giving her team a 3-0 advantage.
In the second half, Duncan netted three more scores for the Lady Wildcats, with the first of which coming with 20:16 remaining on the clock. After getting a pass from Connor, Duncan was able to get the ball in the middle of the box, finding the bottom right corner of the net, giving the Lady Wildcats a 4-0 edge.
Less than four minutes later, Duncan put Tullahoma up 5-0. This time, she was able to shed a defender, scoring in the bottom right corner of the net with 16:57 remaining in the contest.
Duncan’s final goal came with 15:22 left in the second half after battling for possession with a defender. After a collision, Duncan was able to keep her feet, racing her way to an easy score, finding the top left corner of the net, giving her team a 6-0 advantage.
Tullahoma will head to Murfreesboro on Wednesday to take on Central Magnet. Kickoff is scheduled for 5 p.m.