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    Cat fight in Giddings ends in a win for CSHS

    03/28/2015, 1:00pm CDT
    By JS

    Cougars Vs Cougars

    The CSHS Cougars traveled to Giddings Friday night to match up against the Connally Cougars in the first round of play-offs. 

    In a nerve racking game for the fans the CSHS cougars knocked the Connally Cougars out of the play-offs with a 1-0 win.

    CSHS, which has reached the play-offs 2 of it's 3 years of existence, had a fight on it's hands from the first whistle. Connally's offense kept the pressure on CSHS for much of the first half. Connally had several opportunities to score but shot wide or to the waiting hands of goalie Emmy Vasquez. The second half saw CSHS increase the attack on the other end and finally Ricky Harrison found the back of the net from a free kick.

    This marks CSHS's first play-off win, and now they move on to play Spring Woods in Brenham at 7pm in second round action.

    GO COUGARS! 

    The College Station Lady Cougars defeated the Temple Wildcats 3-0 in Bi-District soccer action Thursday night at Cougar Field.  The Cougs opened the scoring when Lexi Bullard scored four minutes into the match on an assist from Kate Hinckley.  The score was 1-0 entering halftime.  Twenty minutes into the second half, Kate Hinckley dribbled half the field before beating the goalie low and to the far post.  Courtney Aleman scored late in the match for the final College Station goal.  The Cougs next opponent will be the winner between Tomball Memorial and Waltrip.  The Cougs improved to 23-0-1 on the season.

    The College Station High School Lady Cougar soccer team defeated the Bryan Vikings 1-0 Monday night at Merrill Green Stadium to wrap up District 18–5A play.  The Cougars scored midway through the first period when Senior Jaylen Hinckley played an early ball down the left flank to sister Kate Hinckley. Kate calmly took the ball towards the goal and played it past the Bryan keeper for the only goal of the match.  Both teams had times of strong play in the game, which should fare them well as they both enter the playoffs later this week.  Goalkeeper Christina Hendershot and the College Station defense recorded their 21st shutout of the season as the Cougars improve to 22-0-1 on the season, 13-0-1 in district play.  Next action for College Station is Thursday night as they host the Temple Wildcats in the first round of the playoffs. Kickoff is slated for 7 PM.

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