Ooltewah Defeats Red Bank, 8-1 in Girls Soccer

Friday, August 22, 2014

Brittany Reid scored three goals to lead Ooltewah to an 8-1 win against Red Bank Thursday in a high school girls soccer match.

Also scoring for Ooltewah were Lydia Martinez and Abby Neely with two goals each, while Marissa Adolph scored on a penalty kick.  Kelsey Skillman, Lydia Martinez and Brittany Reid had one assist each for the Owls.

Ooltewah: 2-0

Red Bank: 0-1 

Next Match: Tues. Aug. 26- Signal Mtn at Ooltewah


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