Kearney Boys and Girls soccer brave bitter cold to face Lincoln SW
Kearney High boys' soccer faced one of their biggest tests of the season.
The undefeated Bearcats braving the bitter cold temperatures this afternoon, facing off against Lincoln Southwest, one of only four undefeated teams in Class A.
Bearcats 4–0, looking to protect their home turf, Sky Hawks searching for their sixth win of the season.
1st half, Lincoln Southwest on the attack, take a shot from inside the penalty area, but get stopped cold by keeper Jacob Hardy.
Later on, Bearcats playing off the corner kick, landing at the feet of Anthony Faz who finds the back of the net to score. Kearney goes up first 1–0.
Moments later, Sam Straka with the throw in, launches it down field and it's Carson Schwarz who somehow gets the header and knocks it in for a goal.
The Bearcats keep their season perfect, shutting out the Skyhawks 3–0. They improve to 5–0, Kearney plays at Lexington on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Kearney girls soccer coming in today on a four game win streak. Lincoln Southwest coming off a big win against Columbus.
And were hungry for some more, 1st half Miranda Kavan racing down field, boots the ball past a defender and around the keeper. Skyhawks go up 1–0.
There's more where that came from, Southwest moments later on the attack again, send a through ball to Paige Petrie sending it to the back corner of the goal. Skyhawks take a 2–0 lead.
Kearney high had their chances to go up on the board, but shutout on almost every shot thanks to keeper Regan Wells.
Skyhawks go on to win it 3–1, knocking the Bearcats down to 4–2 on the year.