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Written by Staff Reports   
Saturday, 25 May 2013 21:11

Former Watauga High soccer coach Doug Kidd added another state championship to his long list of awards and honors. Kidd led the Swansboro High girl's soccer team to its third state title in five years on Saturday afternoon. Tylor Ring scored two goals and assisted on a third to lead the Pirates to a 3-0 win over South Iredell in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 2-A girl's soccer championship game at Dail Soccer Field.
Ring, a freshman forward who opened the scoring in the 14th minute and then scored the final goal of the match, was selected as the championship match Most Valuable Player.
"We played real well today," Kidd said. "We did a great job controlling the midfield and limited their chances. I felt we in total control of the match from the start. My girls came ready to play today."
Swansboro led 1-0 at intermission after Ring’s first goal, with Brenna Kate Grass assisting, and then in the 56th minute sophomore Kimberly Moore scored her 40th goal of the season off an assist from Ring for a 2-0 advantage.
In the final minutes, with South Iredell pushing forward, Ring got a breakaway, took the ball down deep into the box and scored in the 71st minute to salt away the victory.
The victorious Pirates outshot South Iredell 11-6 and had three corner kicks to one for the Vikings. Swansboro finished the season with a 23-5-1 record and won its final 10 matches, including outscoring its foes 30-0 in six state playoff matches. The Pirates should also be good in years to come with only two seniors in the starting lineuSouth Iredell suffered its third loss in 25 outings.   
Swansboro was in the finals for the third time in the last five years and sixth overall, with the Pirates winning state crowns in 2006, ’09 and ’10. South Iredell made its first appearance in the championships after knocking off previously unbeaten East Bend Forbush 1-0 in the regional round.


NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
STATE 2-A WOMEN'S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP
Dail Soccer Field, N.C. State University


Swansboro     1 2 -- 3
South Iredell    0 0 -- 0


SCORING

14th minute      Swan—Tylor Ring  (Brenna Kate Grass)
56th minute     Swan—Kimberly Moore (Tylor Ring)
71st minute     Swan—Tylor Ring (Kimberly Moore)

  
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