Two weeks later, there was still nothing between the Wylie and Granbury girls soccer teams as they played to a scoreless tie on Friday night.
The two teams met on Jan. 15 at the Joshua Lady Owl sHOOTout and neither team was able to score. It was the same story the second time around as the two teams met at Hugh Sandifer Stadium.
"We had a few more chances than they did, but we just couldn't capitalize," Wylie coach Madison Martin said. "They had an athletic goalkeeper that made some great saves. I'm proud of Avery (Anders) and our back line for battling hard and getting the shutout."
The next time the Lady Bulldogs (3-4-2) step onto the field it will be District 4-5A play as they battle Lubbock Coronado at 5 p.m. Friday.
"It was an exciting, competitive soccer game and it was just what we needed going into district," Martin said.
Jordan Hofeditz covers Abilene high schools and colleges, Big Country schools and other local sports. Follow him on Twitter at @jhofeditz. If you appreciate locally driven news, you can support local journalists with a digital subscription to ReporterNews.com.
This article originally appeared on Abilene Reporter-News: Wylie girls soccer plays Granbury to a scoreless tie again