Hillsboro girls soccer, volleyball fall to visiting Jackson; HHS boys soccer ties with Ironmen
The Hillsboro Lady Indians lost in Frontier Athletic Conference play Tuesday night at HHS, as the Jackson Ironladies stayed undefeated in conference play with a 2-0 win over the Lady Indians.
Jackson goals were scored by Sydney Carpenter and Sydney Fain.
With the win, JHS improves to 5-0-1 in the FAC (sitting in first place in the standings) and 9-1-2 overall this season. Hillsboro falls to 4-3 in the FAC (third place) and 5-6-0 overall.
In their previous meeting at JHS on Aug. 31, the Ironladies also defeated Hillsboro by a 2-0 score.
Next for Hillsboro is a FAC game on Thursday, Sept. 28 on the road against the Miami Trace Lady Panthers in Fayette County. In their first game against each other this season at HHS (Sept. 12), the Lady Indians defeated Miami Trace 2-0.
In the boys game on Tuesday night, the Indians tied against the Jackson Ironmen at HHS with a 0-0 score in FAC play.
The tie sends the Indians to an overall record of 5-4-2 overall and a 1-3-1 record in the FAC. Jackson is now 7-2-3 overall with an FAC record of 4-0-2 this season.
HHS will be back in action on Thursday, Sept. 28 as they will face the Miami Trace Panthers at MTHS with a 6:45 start time. In their first meeting this season (Sept. 12) at HHS, the Indians lost to MTHS by a 6-2 score.
Volleyball action on Tuesday saw the Hillsboro Lady Indians be swept in three consecutive sets by the visiting Jackson Ironladies in Frontier Athletic Conference play at Hillsboro High School.
The Lady Indians lost by scores of 25-22, 25-14 and 25-18.
The loss sends Hillsboro to an overall record of 5-11 with an FAC record of 1-6. Jackson improves to 10-8 overall and 4-3 in the FAC.
Next for the Lady Indians is an FAC road game on Thursday, Sept. 28 against the Miami Trace Lady Panthers at 6:30 p.m. MTHS enters the game at 7-0 in the FAC, and they are 12-2 overall.