Bartlett soccer sweeps Skyview

The visiting Skyview soccer teams were swept by Bartlett on Monday.

 

The Skyview girls took a 6-0 loss, while the boys also were shut out and lost by a wide margin.

Both Panthers squads dropped to 0-2 on the young season.

“We kind of organized a little better,” Skyview girls coach David Carpenter said. “They’re taking baby steps and hoping to figure it out.”

Carpenter said Mandee Lawson played in goal for the first half and was improved.

He also said Ciarra Mahan did a great job in center midfield, sending balls up to Taylor Wilson.

“A little later I think they will hook up real well,” Carpenter said.

Skyview boys co-coach Ben Eveland said his squad did a good job early in the game, but Bartlett’s numbers began to wear the Panthers down.

The Skyview boys host Colony at 11 a.m. Saturday, while the girls host the Knights at 1 p.m.

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