The Western Hills Wolverine boys varsity soccer team traveled to Evansville, Ind., last weekend to play in the Kentucky-Indiana Challenge.
Playing three games in two days against tough Indiana competition, the Wolverines finished 0-1-2 for the weekend.
“We didn’t get the results we were looking for, but we saw a lot of good things to build on,” WHHS coach Daniel Cowan said. “We wanted to see how we stacked up against the best competition and found that we can compete with anyone. I was really pleased with the fight and determination that the boys showed all weekend.”
In the first game the Wolverines (4-2-3) lost 2-1 to the Evansville Harrison Warriors. In the contest against the fourth-ranked Evansville Memorial Tigers, the Wolverines came from behind to tie 2-2 on goals by Coburn Montgomery and Jake Caudle.
In the final contest the Wolverines again came from behind to tie the Lake Central Indians on goals by Montgomery and Tito Gonzalez. In at goal was junior Andrew Bates with freshman Keegan Dailey sharing goal in the third match.
The Wolverines (4-2-3) played at Woodford County Thursday.