By John Lachmann
Senior midfielder Jordan Frommeyer gave Brossart the lead off a volley from senior midfielder Ben Uebel five minutes into the second half in a 1-0 win over Highlands on Tuesday.
Frommeyer has scored in five straight matches for the Mustangs, who won their seventh straight match.
Senior David Paulin stopped eight shots to record his ninth shutout of the season and his third straight for Brossart, which has allowed just three goals during its winning streak.
HALFTIME: 0-0. GOALS: B—Frommeyer. SHUTOUT: Paulin (8 saves). RECORDS: Brossart 12-1, Highlands 6-5-1.
SCOTT 1, LOUISVILLE CHRISTIAN 0 – Senior defender Eric Wren scored the lone goal of the match with 20:10 left in the first half at the Bulldog Cup at Louisville Male.
Wren intercepted a clearing attempt and fired into the top corner of the net from 22 yards out as the Eagles won their fourth match in their last five.
Freshman C.J. Seay turned six shots aside to record his second shutout of the season.
Scott, now 1-0 in the tournament, will play Bethlehem on Thursday.
HALFTIME: 1-0. GOAL: S—Wren. SHUTOUT: Seay (6 saves). RECORDS: Scott 7-6, Louisville Christian 3-8-2.
NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC 2, COOPER 2 – Thoroughbreds senior Sam Barth scored the tying goal early in the second half off a through ball from senior Josh Liles.
The Jaguars took a 2-0 lead in the first half on a pair of goals from sophomore Zane Ross, and NewCath cut the lead to one just before halftime when junior Matt Tolle netted his fifth goal in three games.
HALFTIME: Cooper, 2-1. GOALS: NCC—Tolle, Barth. C—Ross 2. RECORDS: NewCath 2-5-3, Cooper 7-5-1.
RYLE 2, DIXIE HEIGHTS 0 – Senior midfielders Mitchell See and Connor Jordan tallied goals for the Raiders, who extended their unbeaten streak to 12 matches.
See put Ryle ahead midway through the first half, and Jordan extended the lead to two 10 minutes after halftime.
Raiders senior Josh Butler recorded his fourth shutout of the season.
HALFTIME: 1-0. GOALS: R—See, Jordan. SHUTOUT: Butler. RECORDS: Ryle 11-2-1, Dixie Heights 3-8-3.
COVINGTON CATHOLIC 6, SIMON KENTON 1 – Colonels senior forward Nick Wessels scored twice in the first half and recorded his first three-goal game of the season.
Seniors defender John Wessels, midfielder Adam Goddard and midfielder David Zalla all added goals for CovCath, which is unbeaten in its last four matches.
HALFTIME: 5-0. CC—N. Wessels, J. Wessels, Goddard, Zalla. SK—Knaley. RECORDS: CovCath 8-4-2, Simon Kenton 6-6-1.
BOONE COUNTY 3, CONNER 1 – Rebels senior midfielder Haris Skiljo scored twice in the closing minutes of the second half to break a 1-1 tie.
The Cougars took the lead early in the first half on a goal by junior forward Alberto Aguirre, but Boone County senior forward Matt Melzer tied the score 25 minutes into the half.
HALFTIME: Conner, 1-0. GOALS: BC—Skiljo 2, Melzer. C—Aguirre. RECORDS: Boone County 8-3-2, Conner 9-3.
PENDLETON COUNTY 4, CAMPBELL COUNTY 1 – Junior midfielders Travis Brinkman and Max Dewald scored twice each for the Wildcats.
Senior midfielder Aven Harper assisted on all four Pendleton County goals, giving him 15 helpers on the season.
Sophomore forward Michael Dumaine netted the lone goal for the Camels.
HALFTIME: 1-1. GOALS: PC—Brinkman 2, Dewald 2. CC—Dumaine. RECORDS: Pendleton County 6-6, Campbell County 0-7-1.
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