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Tigers celebrate Homecoming with a big win. Photo by Richard Davis
Tigers celebrate Homecoming with a big win. Photo by Richard Davis
Football - Sat, Oct. 21, 2017 at 6:35 PM

Georgetown College football gave the Homecoming fans all they could want Saturday – punt return touchdown, thrilling catches, interceptions, fumbles and most importantly a 59-0 win over Kentucky Christian University.

The No. 9 Tigers (6-0, 3-0) gave a quick display of what the day would be like when the defense forced the Knights (0-8, 0-3) into a three and out on their first series. On the ensuing punt, Darius Barbour danced his way down the line and around defenders for a 60-yard score to the delight of the near capacity crowd.

"We started out just like I wanted to. We executed well," said GC coach Bill Cronin. "We had a good week off (on our bye week). It helped us rest up not only physically but mentally. I think it refreshed us a little bit."

 
Blaine Skeen defends an offensive attack from Life. Photo by Richard Davis
Blaine Skeen defends an offensive attack from Life. Photo by Richard Davis
Men's Soccer - Fri, Oct. 20, 2017 at 11:50 PM

Georgetown College men's soccer were tied in conference standings with Life University. Friday the two locked up in a late game due to the Running Eagles being stuck in traffic. The first 50 minutes were exciting and looked as if the game was destined for overtime. The Tigers (7-7, 2-4) made multiple stops and great saves on the defense, and got a tying goal when Kyle Settle was fouled inside the box.

Blaine Skeen made it one all just before halftime. However, early in the second Thierry Jules scored twice in just more than two minutes to put the game away 3-1 for the visitors.

GC returns to action Monday at Midway University.

 
Zoe Stovik redirects Bethany Massey's cornerkick for the winning goal. Photo by Richard Davis
Zoe Stovik redirects Bethany Massey's cornerkick for the winning goal. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Soccer - Fri, Oct. 20, 2017 at 11:40 PM

Zoe Stovik has made it a staple in her game to score for Georgetown College women's soccer despite being the back line of the defense. The anchor completed the come back with a game winning header Friday evening against Life University. GC won 2-1, kicking off the Homecoming weekend.

"I'm glad I could contribute on the perfectly placed corner from Bethany (Massey)," Stovik said. "I've been wanting to do that all season."

The header is the senior's 11th career goal and sixth game-winner. It was Massey's second assist on the evening as she pushed a ball to a cutting Lindsey Dunn for the tying goal in the seventh minute.

 
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Cheerleading - Thu, Oct. 19, 2017

Georgetown College cheerleading team will be holding a Fall Clinic Nov. 19 in the George H. W. Bush Rec Center located at the end of College Street intersecting with the corner of Military Street.

The Tigers look to help you build upon your cheerleading experience with an afternoon of training with a college program. Registration starts at 2 pm and the clinic is over by 4 pm.

Click here to sign up for the day.

 
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Men's Soccer - Tue, Oct. 17, 2017

Noel Roman found Nick Gregory inside the six with just less than 15 minutes to play Tuesday in Georgetown College men's soccer game with University of Pikeville. Gregory finished the ball and it proved to be the game-winner as the Tigers improve to 7-6, 2-3 in Mid-South Conference action.

The 1-0 loss drops the Bears to 2-10-1 and 0-5. GC sits fifth in the league standings with two games left to play – 8 pm Friday against Life University (7-7, 2-3) and Oct. 28 at University of the Cumberlands (7-4-3, 3-1).

 
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