SILOAM SPRINGS --6A West top seed Siloam Springs, with a record of 17-2-2 proved to fast for the Lady Wolves
Lake Hamilton did not have the speed to keep up with the Lady Panthers, the No. 4 team in the state, head coach Stacey Scott said.
"We haven't played anyone like that," she said. "You don't get to be the top team in the 6A-West or the No. 4 team in the state unless you're good."
Scott added that Lady Wolves goalkeeper Brianna Tracy-Withers was an instrumental reason the Lady Panthers did not end with a larger margin of victory.
"Brianna did a great job for us tonight," she said. "They could have easily had 10 or more goals. She had a lot of great saves. She's doing a really good job."
Lake Hamilton will be on the road in the second round of the tournament, traveling to Texarkana to face the Lady Razorbacks at 5 p.m. Tuesday.