Lady Hornets know what's at stake

Fulton senior midfielder Kara Henry tries to steer a shot past sophomore goalkeeper Billie Klutts during a penalty-kick drill in Monday’s practice at the high school sports complex. The No. 2 seed Lady Hornets clash with top-seeded Jefferson City Helias for the Class 2, District 10 title tonight in Boonville.

Fulton senior midfielder Kara Henry tries to steer a shot past sophomore goalkeeper Billie Klutts during a penalty-kick drill in Monday’s practice at the high school sports complex. The No. 2 seed Lady Hornets clash with top-seeded Jefferson City Helias for the Class 2, District 10 title tonight in Boonville. Photo by Ryan Boland.

Fulton head coach Kati Wallace wants to be certain that her Lady Hornets soccer team isn’t content, or willing to settle, when it comes to the unique opportunity that awaits.

No. 2 seed Fulton will confront top-seeded Jefferson City Helias for the Class 2, District 10 championship at 6 tonight at Boonville High School. A win would give the Lady Hornets (16-4) their first-ever district title and an accompanying appearance in the state playoffs.

Fulton last played for a district championship in 2005, falling to Timberland for the Class 1, District 9 title.

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