Fort Thomas Matters Sports Reporter
The Highlands Bluebirds soccer team (4-7-5) played its most complete game of the year dominating the Pendleton County Wildcats, 9-0 at Tower Park on Tuesday.
|Allen Ramsey Photo. Highlands sophomore Kayla Nehus (left) takes a shot and scores past Dixie Heights defender Payton Sturm (right) in Monday's 9th Region contest. Highlands won 3-2.|
|Allen Ramsey Photo. Highlands senior linebacker Patrick Schoepf (33) puts pressure on Covington Catholic quarterback Adam Wagner (19) in Friday's game. The Bluebirds won 42-7.|
|Allen Ramsey Photo. The Highlands student OZone section cheers on the Bluebirds in their 42-7 win over Covington Catholic on Friday. The Pink-Out signified the community's commitment to Breast Cancer and finding ways to beat it.|
|Allen Ramsey Photo. Highlands running back Grant Murray (24) looks for room in Saturday's junior varsity contest against Covington Catholic. The Highlands JV won 34-20.|
|G. Michael Graham Photo. Newport Central Catholic running back Jacob Smith looks for room in the recent game against Dixie Heights. Smith rushed for 146 yards and a touchdown in NewCath's 28-0 blanking of Lloyd Memorial on Saturday.|