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Elise McKinney scores winning goals against West Virginia Tech. Photo by Richard Davis
Elise McKinney scores winning goals against West Virginia Tech. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Soccer - Mon, Sep. 18, 2017 at 7:40 PM

Georgetown College women's soccer played an afternoon affair against former Mid-South Conference foe West Virginia Tech. The Tigers (5-2) scored in the first 10 minutes and made it stand in the 1-0 win.

Elise McKinney took a slip from Jodi DeJohn and netted the winner in top right corner.

Megan Martin pitched her first blank sheet as the lone keeper for 90 minutes. She has a few shared shutouts earlier in the season with Sarah Slusher.

 
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Georgetown - Mon, Sep. 18, 2017 at 10:00 AM

Georgetown College athletics is once again partnering up with Roosters for Coach's Shows brought to you by WCGW 770 AM or 93.3 FM and streaming on line at wcgwam.com with Greg Horn as the host. During the fall, 6 pm every Monday night coach Bill Cronin will be on the air for an hour with analysis of the previous game, the season and tidbits about what is ahead for the Tigers.

Players also join for the hour broadcast which recently featured captains Kyle Longworth and Cameron Oshodi.

New features for the year is the show is audible in the area it is being broadcast with a speaker system and Roosters is offering from 5-10 pm 69 cent wings.

 
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Women's Cross Country - Sat, Sep. 16, 2017 at 10:25 PM

Georgetown College women's and men's cross country teams finally got to tackle the course in Berea Saturday morning. The Tigers first meet of the season was to be in the town just more than an hour south of campus, however, Hurricane Harvey's remnants canceled the race.

The women ran first and tore through it for a fourth place finish – second best NAIA team there as well as beat out Mid-South Conference foes Campbellsville University and University of Pikeville. The men followed and finished sixth, edging Pikeville behind another freshmen laden performance.

"I'm pleased with the way my guys are stepping up and maturing," said GC coach Lucas Garnett. "This was the first five-mile race of the freshmen's careers. Their inexperience showed today, but I am happy with their effort."

 
CJ Williams makes a touchdown saving tackle of Charles Ducksworth. Photo by Richard Davis
CJ Williams makes a touchdown saving tackle of Charles Ducksworth. Photo by Richard Davis
Football - Sat, Sep. 16, 2017 at 8:45 PM

Georgetown College football's defense proved once again its top in the country giving up seven points Saturday against Point University. This seemed like a game that Georgetown would run away with in the first quarter offensively, but Point finally got settled in on defense and made some huge stops throughout the game to hold GC to just more than three touchdowns. The No. 16 Tigers (2-0) used a touchdown and two safeties to seal the game in the fourth, 25-7. 

The stingy defense held the Skyhawks to 156 total yards and scored the final four points. Late in the fourth quarter, Point quarterback Derek Bellard took a bad snap and kicked it out of the back of the end zone as several Tigers gave chase. Then the visitor's final drive, Bellard was sacked by Dustin Haraway in the end zone. 

"Our defense did an outstanding job today," said Georgetown coach Bill Cronin. "I don't know if I've been involved in a game where we had two safeties. It was an awesome effort." 

 
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Men's Soccer - Sat, Sep. 16, 2017 at 8:10 PM

Georgetown College men's soccer tallied another big win Friday evening. The Tigers (4-2) traveled to Ohio Christian University for the 4-0 win. The Trailblazers (0-1) were outshot 14-3 in their home opener.

Logan Blankenship continued his goal blitz with two, giving him eight on the season.

Mid-South Conference Offensive Player of the Week Nick Gregory netted the winning goal in the 15th minute. Fourteen minutes later Blankenship added his first score off a pass from Keaton Kennedy.

 
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