Undefeated, not scored upon: local girls U11 soccer team caps perfect season

  • Wednesday, June 13, 2018 9:40am
  • Sports

The Kent Covington Youth Soccer/Kent United Academy girls U11 team finished its season with a decisive 8-0 victory June 10 at the Pea Patch in Kent.

The team not only went undefeated, scoring an average of eight goals a game, but it did not allow a single goal against them the entire season.

This is a unique feat within Kent United, according to league officials, adding that no other team has gone through a season without allowing a goal.

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