Blue Dragons advance to state SAY Sweet 16


The Clarksville Masonic Blue Dragons soccer team, from left to right, kneeling, Max Woodruff, Wyatt Parker, Graham McFarlane, Carson McGraw; standing, assistant coach Tom Warnock, Kole Kasten, Isaac Stone, Jace Warnock, Colten Taylor, Thomas Stone, Chayton Daniels, coach Adam Kasten.

The Clarksville Masonic Blue Dragons soccer team, from left to right, kneeling, Max Woodruff, Wyatt Parker, Graham McFarlane, Carson McGraw; standing, assistant coach Tom Warnock, Kole Kasten, Isaac Stone, Jace Warnock, Colten Taylor, Thomas Stone, Chayton Daniels, coach Adam Kasten.


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The Clarksville Masonic Blue Dragons lost in overtime in the state SAY soccer tournament Sweet 16 round in Milford.

The Dragons were 7-0-1 in the regular season to clinch the conference championship in the boys Passers Division, coach Adam Kasten said.

The wins continued in the Middletown MVS tournament where the Dragons posted four wins to become tournament champions. Eight different players scored in the four games while the defense recorded three shutouts.

The tournament win in Middletown allowed the Dragons to earn a berth to the state SAY tournament.

The Clarksville Masonic Blue Dragons soccer team, from left to right, kneeling, Max Woodruff, Wyatt Parker, Graham McFarlane, Carson McGraw; standing, assistant coach Tom Warnock, Kole Kasten, Isaac Stone, Jace Warnock, Colten Taylor, Thomas Stone, Chayton Daniels, coach Adam Kasten.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/12/web1_CMBlueDragonsTeam.jpgThe Clarksville Masonic Blue Dragons soccer team, from left to right, kneeling, Max Woodruff, Wyatt Parker, Graham McFarlane, Carson McGraw; standing, assistant coach Tom Warnock, Kole Kasten, Isaac Stone, Jace Warnock, Colten Taylor, Thomas Stone, Chayton Daniels, coach Adam Kasten. Submitted Photo