In the aftermath of Tuesday’s easy 7-0 win over Austin-East and last week’s impressive run through what is arguably one of the toughest stretches of their schedule, the Seymour Eagles’ soccer team appears to playing at a particularly high level as the regular season winds down and the all-important postseason beckons.
The Eagles had their way with the undermanned Roadrunners Tuesday at Seymour’s Benton Householder Field, scoring three goals in the first half and three quick goals in the first few minutes of the second half before putting in reserves and adding one more tally over the game’s final minutes.
Tuesday’s game was on the heels of the Eagles’ impressive showing last weekend at the competitive Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett Tournament.
Despite dropping their initial game of the tourney to hosts Dobyns-Bennett (11-0-3) on Friday, the Eagles picked up a head of steam and wiped out AAA foe Greenville 3-0 in Saturday’s early game. Seymour then continued its defensive dominance on the day in a 2-0 win over David Crocket High School later Saturday evening.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.