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Football - Sat, Sep. 23, 2017 at 7:55 PM

Twice in three games, and on both road trips, Georgetown College football has scored on a blocked field goal. Saturday's against Bluefield College helped to keep the Rams (1-3) from gaining momentum after a quick score.

The No. 16 Tigers (3-0) had another solid first two drives, converted multiple third downs and a fourth down as well to help them grab a 9-0 advantage – extra point was missed wide. However, following a Daric Pugh 2-yard touchdown, Tyler Dummer's first kick was nullified by an off sides call. His second kick was returned 76 yards to the GC 20.

 
Nick Gregory flicks on the winning shot Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Nick Gregory flicks on the winning shot Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Men's Soccer - Sat, Sep. 23, 2017 at 7:20 PM

It was a lot of control and possess in Saturday afternoon's Georgetown College men's soccer match with Kentucky Christian University. Both teams used the methodical approach to get the right shots. The Tigers (5-3) did a better job in the control, winning 2-1 in comeback fashion.

Nick Gregory took a ball near the 40, played in by Noel Roman, juked a defender for a one-on-one with the Knights (3-4) goalkeeper. The junior then steady his tempo and touch to push the winning shot in with just more than a minute remaining.

He also tied the game nearly four minutes into the second half off another pass from Roman.

 
Emma Schneider battles for loose ball against a Trojan attacker. Photo by Richard Davis
Emma Schneider battles for loose ball against a Trojan attacker. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Soccer - Sat, Sep. 23, 2017 at 1:25 PM

Unafraid. Determined. Georgetown College women's soccer season has a mission and a purpose driven by seven seniors. The Tigers (5-3-1) have run the gauntlet in the early non-conference slate, facing current No. 1 Martin Methodist College, No. 17 Taylor University and Grace College, which is receiving votes in the national poll.

While the best result has been a 1-1 tie with Grace earlier this week, Martin and Taylor have netted just two goals in wins. GC faced Grace on Wednesday, turning around for a morning battle with TU Saturday. The Trojans won 2-0.

"I think this week has taken a toll on us, as I saw some mental fatigue today," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "We were not connecting our passes well. I will give Taylor's defense credit, when we were able to get forward a bit they busted up much of our attack.

"They are definitely a top 20 team, and there is a lot we can learn from today's match."

 
Caroline Ricks puts down one of her 10 kills Friday. Photo by Richard Davis
Caroline Ricks puts down one of her 10 kills Friday. Photo by Richard Davis
Volleyball - Sat, Sep. 23, 2017

Georgetown College volleyball has played nine matches this season, eight have been three setters. The No. 18 Tigers (8-1, 3-1) picked up their seventh straight set win Friday evening against Life University. The Running Eagles (13-6, 1-2) were slow out of the gate and never could catch up from there in the 25-7, 25-12, 25-21 loss.

"We had a strong start, which was very nice to see," said GC coach Christina Coleman. "We've been talking about that lately and wanting to really grab control in set one. I think allowing just seven points speaks volumes to the way this team responded to that call."

It was quickly 14-1 as the home team showed no mercy. Through a couple of time outs, Life showed signs of finding holes to attack but it was too little too late.

 
Mary Catherine Borders surveys her shot. Photo by Richard Davis
Mary Catherine Borders surveys her shot. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Golf - Wed, Sep. 20, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf played its second fall match this past Monday and Tuesday. The Tigers were host to the Fall Mid-South Conference Championship. Along with all the MSC teams, Midway and Asbury played for a 10-team event.

"It was a huge tournament and a really good chance for my players to experience such a large event," said GC coach Marlene Schulte. "We saw progress and great work in that first tournament two weeks ago, the improved play from my three upper classmen has been great these first two tournaments. Baylee Salyers, Mary Catherine Borders and Kylie Speicher have done great improving their scores from a year ago by margins as large as 13 strokes. Our conference is so tough that we need to stay focused on improving from tournament to tournament and that has been assistant coach Katie White and I's focus. There are still areas we need to do better on as a team.

 
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