Hixson Wins District 6-A/AA Soccer Quarterfinal

Monday, May 6, 2013

Missael Ayala had three goals in the Hixson Wildcats 7-1 win over Red Bank Monday afternoon in a quarterfinal game of the District 6-A/AA soccer tournament.

Cameron Rigler had two goals.  Andy Asllani and Robert Bridges also had goals. 

Red Bank's lone goal was scored by Sandi Beganovic.

Hixson will play East Ridge in a semifinal game at Baylor on Tuesday at 4 p.m. 

 

Final: Hixson 7 Red Bank 1

Goals: Hixson: Cameron Rigler 2, Missael Ayala 3, Andy Asllani, Robert Bridges
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Assists: Galen Walls 2, Cameron Rigler, Missael Ayala, Robert Bridges


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