WEST JEFFERSON — After playing a tough season, the Ashe County High School boys soccer team took to the field one last time on Oct. 27 and lost 3-0 to Watauga.

The Huskies finished with a 1-9 season record while the Watauga Pioneers finished 9-1.

Watauga took the lead early on in the first half after scoring a goal just before halftime.

In the second half, the Huskies stepped up their game and got a number of saves totaling 21 in all, with Goalie Chris Tomko having 18 and John Perkins having three.

Huskies Montana Lopez and Gracen Cline attempted to send the ball into the net three times, but were stopped short by Watauga’s goalie.

The Pioneers managed another goal two minutes into the second half and added another with 23 minutes left, winning 3-0.

Ashe finished sixth overall in the Northwestern 3A/4A conference.

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