POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — The Point Pleasant girls soccer team mustered only one shot on goal Tuesday night during a 2-0 setback to visiting Cabell Midland in a non-conference matchup at Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field in Mason County.
The host Lady Knights (4-6-3) were outshot by a 9-1 overall margin in the loss, as CMHS (6-11-3) stormed out to a 2-0 intermission advantage and ultimately held on. The visiting Lady Knights also had an 8-1 shot advantage at the half.
Kayley Stevens netted a pass from Heather Barker in the 14th minute for an early 1-0 edge, then Barker scored an unassisted goal in the 18th minute to put a wrap on the offensive output on an extremely chilly night. Both teams managed only one shot apiece in the second half.
Delaney Bronosky made seven saves in net for the hosts. Cabell Midland also had a 6-1 edge in corner kicks.
Just 24 hours earlier, PPHS claimed a 5-0 home victory over Sherman. Carlee Dabney had two unassisted goals in the triumph, while Sydney Raike, Ashtyn Wedge and Cassie Jordan each chipped in one unassisted goal apiece.
The Lady Knights outshot the Lady Tide by a whopping 23-0 margin and the hosts also claimed an 18-0 advantage in corner kicks.
The Lady Knights travel to St. Albans High School Monday for a Class AAA sectional semifinal against St. Albans at 5 p.m.