Rockmart girls soccer - April 11, 2017

Ashlyn Jay passes up field to Madison Bozydaj in a match where the Jackets hosted Dade County.

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The Lady Jackets faced a tough loss at home against Dade County but went down fighting Tuesday evening at home as the Lady Wolverines took the 3-2 win.

In the last 10 minutes of the game, Dade County stuck in 2 consecutive goals to put the Lady Jackets behind by a point after they held the lead through most of the match.

Madison Bozydaj scored first, followed by Ashlyn Jay with the final Rockmart score.

Freshman goalie Sarah Adair got 13 saves through the game over the Lady Wolverines.

"Unfortunately after a long spring break we just didn't have the endurance for the second half," coach Michael Bozydaj said. "Our girls played well the whole game, but we got to give some credit to Dade County for their speed demons putting in two in the back of the net at the last second."

The Lady Jackets have one more match on their schedule on the road at Pepperell before celebrating senior night against Chattooga in the last regular season match of the season at home.