Monday, October 03, 2016 - Updated: 2:13 PM
Lyon County hosted Dawson Springs Thursday in double header action that ended with a win for the Lyons and a sixth stalemate for the Lady Lyons.
The Lyons opened the night with a 10-0 clobbering of the Panthers. Despite finishing the game off early with a double digit advantage, Lyon County's scoring got off to a slow start.
Bryson Penn led Lyon County's attack early in the contest, but Dawson's defense fended off the drives until midway through the first half. Alan Enriquez and Jeremiah Wilkerson dribbled down the right side before passing off to Jordan Duff in front of the goal. Duff fired it across the keeper into the corner of the goal for the game's opening score.
Duff scored again about a minute later after Penn was tripped in the box. Duff regained the lost possession and booted it in for the second goal.
Max Wadlington scored twice in the final two minutes of the half for a 4-0 advantage.
Lyon wasted little time resuming its attack after the break. Penn scored 15 seconds into the second half on a fast break. Wadlington scored again four minutes later following a corner kick by Frank Coronado. Penn notched the seventh and ninth goals at the 29th and 27th minutes, book ends around a score by and Enriquez at the 28th minute.
The Panthers held out for another eight minutes before Penn scored the games 10th and final goal with 19 minutes remaining.
The Lady Lyons played in the second game of the night, battling to a 1-1 tie against the Lady Panthers. It was the sixth tie for Lyon this season, who has gone 1-0-4 in its last five outings. Lyon defeated Ballard Memorial Sept. 30 in a 3-2 decision.
The Lady Lyons are slated to finish their season Oct. 6 at home against Christian County.