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Talk about a tough start to a week.


Both Point Pleasant soccer teams were held scoreless while being eliminated from postseason play, as the Lady Knights dropped a 7-0 decision to St. Albans on Monday and the Black Knights lost a 2-0 contest to Winfield on Tuesday.


The Point girls finished the season with a 5-10-3 overall mark and must say goodbye to one senior — Erin Hatfield.


Hannah Myers had a hat trick for St. Albans in the Class AAA Region 4, Section 1 semifinals, while Madi Marshall, Maddie Cogar, Katie Smith and Audrey Goode also scored a goal apiece in the victory.


On Tuesday night, the Black Knights were outshot 13-4 at Hurricane High School in a Class AAA Region 4, Section 1 semifinal.


Steven Taylor and Preston Sheldon had a goal each for the Generals, who avenged a 2-0 setback to PPHS last week. Point Pleasant finished the boys season with a 9-7-2 overall mark.


Brady Reymond made 11 saves in net for Point, while Bryce Boggs had four stops in preserving the shutout win.


It was the final soccer game for Reymond, Steven Porter, Nate Thomas, Colby Sayre, Trenton Bailes, Ryan Bonecutter, Tommy Foust and Nick Hatfield in the Black, Red and White.





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