BARBOURVILLE, KY -- Helena Dimantas Farias scored seven goals and added four assists while freshmen Simone Quinn and Morgan Shaffer both netted hat tricks in Cumberland's 15-0 victory over Tennessee Temple in women's soccer action Saturday in the Golden Corral Classic in Barboursville, Ky.Cumberland (1-1-0) scored 10 goals in the first half, including five from Dimantas Farias in the first 20 minutes of the match. The Bulldogs then added five more goals in the final 15 minutes of the period, twoeach by Quinn and Shafer and another from Dimantas Farias.All three players scored once in the second half, along with single goals from Lisa Long and Rachel Scoggins. Cumberland took 35 shots in the contest, including 24 on-goal, against Temple's Alesha Smith, who made nine saves.Cierra Boots posted the shutout for CU in goal, making a pair of saves. Dimantas Farias scored in the third, fourth, eighth, 15th and 19th minutes of the match for CU, with assists from Shafer and Brittany Kirby.Quinn netted her first goal in the 32nd minute and Shafer followed in the 39th minute before another Dimantas Farias score in the 41st minute.Shafer and then Quinn netted goals in the final two minutes of the half for a 10-0 advantage. In the second half Dimantas Farias scored four minutes in and Quinn followed three minutes later.
The Bulldogs did not score again until Long's goal in the 74th minute on an assists from Dimantas Farias. Shaffer added her final goal three minutes later and Scoggins scored the last goal of the match in the 88th minute.Cumberland takes on Austin Peay this Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Clarksville before opening the home schedule next Friday at 2 p.m. against Kentucky Wesleyan.
LEBANON -- Senior John Markham scored four touchdowns Friday night as Friendship Christian hammered Macon County High 40-6 at Pirtle Field.
Markham rushed for 121 yards on 13 carries, scoring on runs of seven, 23 and five yards. He also added a 70 yard kick return for six points.
LHS, CENTRAL FALL ON THE ROAD
DONELSON – Mt. Juliet’s defense rose to the occasion with a valiant last minute goal line stand to preserve a 21-20 win at McGavock Friday night.
The Bears (1-0) led 21-6 in the third quarter but struggled to hold off a furious Raider comeback try. Mt. Juliet turned the ball over three times on interceptions.
Junior Colt Carver scored a pair of rushing TDs for Mt. Juliet while Reed Gurchiek threw an 8-yard scoring pass to Mikee Brown.