The Stone High boys’ soccer team posted three victories over the past week to run its unbeaten streak to 10 games.

Over the course of those 10 games, the Tomcats have scored 29 goals while allowing just three.

“They are just playing very, very well,” said coach Patrick Harrison.

On Monday, Stone took a 3-1 victory over district opponent Poplarville.

The Hornets only goal came on a penalty kick and Harrison complimented the work in goal by junior Braeden Brewer.

Kase Krohn scored a pair of goals while Clint Ryals tallied the other.

Krohn also scored the lone goal in a 1-0 victory over St. Martin Friday.

Ryals scored four times in last Tuesday’s 7-0 mercy-rule victory over district opponent Forrest County AHS.

“Kase and Clint have had a very good week,” the coach said.

Krohn, Brewer and Carson Strickland were named team captains last week.

The Tomcats are off until Monday when they host Purvis. They then travel to Greene County for a game next Thursday.

GIRLS’

Kendall Burn tallied a hat trick and assisted on the other goal by Arnesha Fairley as the Lady ’Cats improved to 6-2-1 with a 4-1 victory over Poplarville Monday.

The victory gave the Lady ’Cats a 2-0 record in district play.

Mary Grace Batson got her own hat trick in a 7-0 mercy-rule victory over Forrest County AHS last Tuesday.

Lainey Cunningham added a pair of goals and assisted on three others in the game while Brianna Lee and Morgan Pickering each contributed a goal.

The Lady ’Cats did not travel to the match at St. Martin and will return to action next Monday when Purvis visits.

They take on Greene County on the road next Thursday.

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