Baylor Soccer Opens Bearden Tournament With 2-1 Win

Friday, August 18, 2017
The Baylor girls soccer team traveled to Knoxville to participate in the Bearden Tournament.  Baylor rallied to beat Hardin Valley in their opener 2-1.  

All three goals were scored in the second half.  

At the 48th minute, Baylor's Avery Davis and Lea Hunter had the double assist on Abbie Vibbert's goal.

Hardin Valley scored at the 24th minute of the second half to tie the game at one. 

Abbie Vibbert got taken down in the box and Avery Davis scored on the penalty kick to give Baylor the 2-1 win.
 
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"What a great early challenge for us against a quality opponent,"  Baylor head coach Curtis Blair said.  "Coach Bradford does a really good job with that group. They have some really special front runners and attacking midfield players. I am very proud of our girls to compete the entire time. We are still trying to figure out what kind of team we are going to be, but they have been working really hard."

Shots:
Baylor- 8
Hardin Valley-9

Saves:
Baylor (Peyton Randolph)-8
Hardin Valley- 6

Standouts: Ara Rhodes, Caroline Casteel, Olivia Bettis, Lainee Bohannon, Maddie Reap, Cambell Green

Record:
Baylor 2-0
Hardin Valley 0-1


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