Wildcats earn first soccer win

Captain Mason Miller scored one of the Wildcats' three goals last night

The Lake Highlands men’s soccer team posted their first win last night, defeating Mesquite Horn 3-1 in Mesquite. The tune-up game was an important momentum builder for the Cats, given the long-term absence of injured goalkeeper Jeffrey Brooks and the loss of three starting players who’ll be out for a while due to the No Pass, No Play rule. All three goals were earned by juniors – Mason Miller, Murphy Short and Joel Mendoza.

The Lady Cats play in Coppell tonight, 5:30 pm for the JV and 7 pm kickoff for the varsity. Go Cats!

By |2011-01-05T09:38:38-05:00January 5th, 2011|Lake Highlands High School, News, Soccer|3 Comments

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