The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science boys and girls soccer teams both beat Yazoo County on Thursday in Yazoo City.
Ashley Mangus had a hat trick for the Blue Waves girls (6-3-1, 3-2 district) in their 7-0 win, and Emily Berry scored twice and had two assists. Mandy Anderson scored and had two assists, and Brenna Luff scored as well.
“It was a very productive night on a very sloppy field,” head coach Chuck Yarborough said in a news release from the school. “It was great to get such a strong district win on the road and to overcome some adversity in the process!”
Trevor Allen had a goal and an assist as the Blue Waves boys won their match 3-1. JoJo Kaler and Jeremiah Hunt each scored, and Tejus Kotikalapudi had an assist.
“After some adjustments at the half, we created many opportunities to score,” head coach Tim Wood said. “I was really proud of the effort across the pitch to bring home the win on the road.”
The Blue Waves improved to 4-5 and 2-3 in their district with the victory.
MSMS will play at New Hope on Tuesday.
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