Ooltewah Lady Owls Win Season Opener 2-0

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Brittany Reid, #22, of Ooltewah High School
Brittany Reid, #22, of Ooltewah High School
- photo by Beverly Reid

Ooltewah Lady Owls won their season opener last night verses Franklin County 2-0. 

Olivia Tawzer scored in the first half, assisted by Brittany Reid.  At half the score was 1-0.  

The second goal was scored by Brittany Reid, assisted by Jessica Pearlman. 

The Lady Owls record is 1-0.  Next game for the Lady Owls is Thursday at Red Bank.



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