Scott's Kyler King and Oneida's Bear Smith collide while going for the ball during a soccer matchup at Scott High School Tuesday, April 16. (Independent Herald photo/LeEtta Boyatt. Click to purchase.)
Scott's Kyler King and Oneida's Bear Smith collide while going for the ball during a soccer matchup at Scott High School Tuesday, April 16. (Independent Herald photo/LeEtta Boyatt. Click to purchase.)

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HUNTSVILLE — Two goals four minutes apart proved to be the difference here Tuesday, as Scott earned a 2-0 soccer win over in-county rival Oneida.

Kyler King scored a goal off an assist by Dalton Coker with 27 minutes remaining in the first half. Four minutes later, it was Coker's turn to score, off an assist by Chris Smith, to give the Highlanders a 2-0 lead.

That is the way it would stand for the next 63 minutes, but it was more than enough, as Scott's defense took over in the second half, allowing Oneida few opportunities to advance the ball for shot attempts.

More: Photo gallery from Tuesday's game.