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Cats capture 2nd and LadyKats 5-0

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Updated with current Wildcat roster
This past weekend was a good one for Kennedale soccer. The Wildcats almost captured their first tournament title and the LadyKats got their 4 straight shutout. {{more:Read more…}}
The Kennedale Wildcats (2-2-1) entered the 16th annual Paris King?s Classic Tournament this weekend and made it to the championship game on Saturday. To get there they first played Pittsburg to a 1-1 tie on Thursday. On Friday as the temperature was dropping, the Cats defeated Pleasant Grove 1-0 then Saturday the Cats beat Terrell to earn a rematch with Pittsburg in the tournament championship game.
tourney championship lost on shootout …
As it turned out it was a replay of the earlier match on Thursday when the game ended in regulation play knotted at at 1-1. But, Pittsburg topped Kennedale 5-4 in a penalty kick shootout, after regulation ended. Pittsburg captured the title and Kennedale took 2nd.
Wildcats celebrate a win at

Paris Tournament

The Wildcats will host the Wildcat Invitational Tournament this week starting Thursday. They will follow that with non-district games against Argyle, Melissa and Abilene Wylie. In preseason rankings, Wylie was listed at #3 in Region 1 4A while Argyle was #6. Kennedale was in at #10.
Current roster for the Wildcats include:
LadyKats rolling …
If there anything the LadyKats soccer knows, it is how to win. The LadyKats continue to roll as they went 3-0 in the Boerne Tournament this past weekend, bringing their record to 5-0.
In tournament play, the Kats defeated #7 4A Boerne 2-0, 6A San Antonio MacArthur 2-0 and #5 4A Salado 4-0. It is worth noting the MacArthur was a state 6A semifinalist last year and was picked in the top ten in Region IV in Class 6A this year.
LadyKats after a sweep in

Boerne Tournament

In five games, the LadyKats have had 4 shutouts. Senior goalie Sara Isela Calzada has had 23 saves off of 23 shots on goal by opponents. She had a game high of 9 saves in the shutout of Boerne this week.

In five games the LadyKats have scored 17 goals with sophomore

Eryka McIntyre leading the team with 6 followed by senior Alondra Olmos 5, senior

Baylee Gow 3, senior Cara Hunt 1, freshman Faith Kinser 1 and freshman Leah

Brown 1. Also seeing early season action

has been junior Bailey Crowley, freshman Hanah Biles, freshman Libby Beck,

junior Megan Jakubisin and senior Taylor Fox.

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