Jill P'Poole scored six goals, but it wasn't enough as Crittenden County beat Lyon County 8-7 in the girls' soccer season opener. Crittenden won the game in a shootout after the teams were tied 6-6 after regulation.
P'Poole became the school's all-time leading scorer and took the field for the first time in regular play since suffering a knee injury that forced her to miss basketball season.
The win by Crittenden County was their first over Lyon County in 15 years and snapped a 15-game losing streak to the Lady Lyons.
Trigg County opens their season tonight by hosting Lyon County at the Complex. Trigg lost to Fort Campbell Monday in their final scrimmage 12-3 as Brittany Shafer had three goals for Trigg County.
In other games today:
Hopkinsville hosts Henderson County
University Heights goes south of the border to face Rossview
Caldwell County visits Todd County Central
Madisonville plays at Dawson Springs