JACKSON — The Miami Trace Lady Panthers lost 3-1 to Jackson Thursday, Sept. 14.
Jackson scored first but Miami Trace responded in the first half with a goal by Magarah Bloom and ended the half, 1-1.
Jackson was able to connect for two more goals in the second half.
Khenadi Grubb had 14 saves in goal for Miami Trace.
“Both teams played with high levels of intensity tonight and unfortunately Jackson was able to finish where we did not,” Miami Trace head coach Caitlin Francis said. “This was the best we have looked as a team so far this season and you could see our heart was in the game. Once we clean up a couple of areas, we will come back ready for round two in the league.”
Miami Trace is now 1-5 overall and 1-3 in the Frontier Athletic Conference. The next game is against Athens at home today. The j-v Lady Panthers play at noon and the varsity follows at 2 p.m.