White Hall won a six-round shootout with Sylvan Hills on Monday for a 6-5 victory.
White Hall (6-1) got on the board first with a goal from Jordan Lawson from 10 yards out. Erik Hudson assisted on Lawson’s goal at the 29-minute mark.
Thirty seconds later, Sylvan Hills tied the game at 1, which ended up being the halftime score.
At the 33-minute mark of the second half, White Hall went up 2-1 on an own goal by Sylvan Hills. The Sylvan Hills defender tried to clear the ball out of its zone when the ball bounced off a teammate’s back and into the goal.
Sylvan Hills was able to tie the game at 2 at the 44:30-minute mark to send the game into overtime.
Lawson made White Hall’s first penalty kick and Ruben Zamora made the second to keep the shootout tied at 2. White Hall missed the next penalty kick, but the Bulldogs goaltender, Cody Jones, blocked Sylvan Hills attempt. On the four attempt, White Hall had its kick blocked but Sylvan Hills missed its attempt. Jones made White Hall’s next attempt and Sylvan Hills tied it right back up.
Then Kinzie Kight’s kick went in on White Hall’s sixth attempt, and Sylvan Hill’s equalizer hit off the top of the crossbar.
White Hall plays at 7 p.m. today at home against Warren.
Sylvan Hills 6, White Hall 4
Sylvan Hills scored four goals in the second half to be White Hall 6-4 on Monday.
Sylvan Hills had a 2-1 lead at halftime. White Hall had 13 total shots in the game.
Korea Lowry had two goals for White Hall and Marligh Bearce and Maria Ramirez each scored one goal.
White Hall plays today at home against Warren.
Star City 10, McGehee 0
STAR CITY — Hunter Johnson allowed just one hit as Star City beat McGehee 10-5 in five innings on Monday.
Johnson went five innings and struck out four batters. At the plate Johnson was 3-for-3 with two runs and three RBIs.
Star City (4-2, 2-1 8-4A Conference) had 15 hits in the game as Slade Hawkins was 2-for-4, Austin White was 2-for-3 with two runs, Drue Harvey was 2-for-3 with one RBI and Eric Tucker went 2-for-2 with one run.
No stats were available for McGehee.
Star City plays Thursday at home against Warren.